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  1. Yesterday, or maybe the day before, when coming to the forum website I started to get a ‘pop-up’ at the bottom of my browser window telling me about “Important Information”. I’ve pressed the “I Accept” button a few times but I keep getting the same box popping up every time I visit (and sometimes when I log out). The pop-up goes away while I’m logged in. I’m running Firefox 69.0.1 (on Windows 10 Home) with the Adblock Plus (no items blocked), NoScript (serif.com is trusted) and Privacy Badger (no trackers detected) plug-ins - amongst some others. Is there something I can do to stop the pop-up?
  2. There is a Mac OS X feature, both system-wide and in most third-party applications, which pop-ups the file path on command-click on a documents window title . – Sounds complex but is easy to use. – Unfortunately it does not work in Affinity. ( Hm, because of its window 'tab' concept? ) – Instead in Affinity a command-click on the window title does select an object on the Affinity document page/canvas. The competitor Adobe meanwhile lost this feature in many of its programs (no, not every) – A niche/advantage for Affinity? Even more: in OS X the user may scroll through such pop-up windows content to jump to a level in finder. For instance 2 screenshots:
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