I am working on building some 508 Compliant/Accessible web sites and am testing out how well the navigation works using only the tab key.
Under Mac OS X with Firefox, Opera, and Safari, by default, the tab key does not cycle through all of the links on a web page.
- Go to: System Preferences/Keyboard/Keyboard Shortcuts
- Click on the ‘All controls’ radio button towards the bottom of the dialog under the text that says: ‘Full Keyboard Access: In windows
→ Continue reading “Tabbing To Links Problems in Browsers under Mac OS X”
If you want to allow a popup from a file accessed via file:///home/rchapin/some_dir/somefile.html, open FireFox’s Preferences, click on the Content tab, and click on the ‘Exceptions’ button adjacent to the ‘Block pop-up windows’ check box.
Then enter ‘<file>’ in the ‘Address of website:’ field and click the ‘Allow’ button.→ Continue reading “Allowing Popups in FireFox from Locally Sourced Files”
I am installing Eclipse on Mac OS X Mountain Lion. Unpacking the
.tar.gz was no problem, however, when I went to run it for the first
time I got the following error message:
Your security preferences allow installation of only apps from the Mac App Store and identified developers
To add Eclipse to the list of ‘approved’ applications run the following command in a terminal:
xattr -d com.apple.quarantine /path/to/Eclipse.app→ Continue reading “How to Add an Application to the Mac Approved Software List”