Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.

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You need to enter in Chrome address bar file:///path/to/file. In case you aren't sure about the path use any file explorer that tells you the path. In this case it is file:///storage/emulated/0/my_site/index.html Also many file explorers including MiXplorer offer to open .html files with all supported apps (registered mime type):


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External autofill apps change a certain boolean in the Firefox for Android configuration variables, this "setting" can only set back to the old setting by completely uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox or (better) by changing a variable in: about:config goto about:config search for: dom.forms.autocomplete.formautofill set it back to true refresh your ...


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External autofill apps change a certain boolean in the Firefox for Android configuration variables, this "setting" can nly set back to the old setting by completely uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox or better by changing it in: about:config goto about:config search for: dom.forms.autocomplete.formautofill set it back to true refresh your login window ...


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I try to complete Dale answer Open Firefox and type: about:config filter with: network.trr.* and set the following values: network.trr.mode value 3 network.trr.bootstrapAddress and set value as one ip from this page (mine value is currently 104.16.249.249) now open a new tab to this page used to verify if everything is working. You should have all green ...


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