How do I view full process paths in Activity Monitor?

I’m using macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 and the Activity Monitor.app only shows the name of the process, and I can’t configure it to show the full process paths via the GUI settings.

Is it possible to show full process paths in Activity Monitor.app? Maybe with a default command to toggle a hidden setting for the app?

sharepoint online – SPO Updates to an application on the page are not persistent and all activity resets on page refresh

I am trying to create a Kanban/task manager that allows users to move ‘Cards’ from one status to another in order to reflect the current status of a task. Below is the code, but the problem is that the changes made when a card is moved are not persistent — enter image description hereif the page is refreshed, all of the activity is reset. I’m attaching a screenshot for reference.

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <html>
       <head>
          <meta charset = "utf-8">
          <title>jQuery UI Widget - Default functionality</title>
          <link rel = "stylesheet" href = "//code.jquery.com/ui/1.10.4/themes/smoothness/jquery-ui.css">
          <script src = "https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.10.2.js"></script>
          <script src = "https://code.jquery.com/ui/1.10.4/jquery-ui.js"></script>
    <!-- css --> 
     <style>
      body {font-family:Roboto;}
      h2 {margin:5px;}
      input(type=text) {margin:10px}
      input(type=button) {margin:10px}  
      .container {width: 20%; float:left;clear: right;margin:10px; border-radius: 5px;}
      .sortable { list-style-type: none; margin:0; padding:2px; min-height:30px; border-radius: 5px;}
      .sortable li { margin: 3px 3px 3px 3px; padding: 0.4em; padding-left: 1.5em; font-size: 1.4em; height: 18px;}
      .sortable li span { position: absolute; margin-left: -1.3em; }
      .card{background-color:white;border-radius:3px;}
      .head-lt {color:#fcfcf4;}
      .head-dk {color:#37474F;}
      </style>
      <script>
      $(function() {
        $( ".sortable" ).sortable({
          connectWith: ".connectedSortable",
          receive: function( event, ui ) {
            $(this).css({"background-color":"#fcfcff4"});
          }
        }).disableSelection();
        $('.add-button').click(function() {
            var txtNewItem = $('#new_text').val();
            $(this).closest('div.container').find('ul').append('<li class="card">'+txtNewItem+'</li>');
        });    
      });
      </script>      
    </head>
    <body>
    <div>
    <div class="container" style="background-color:#EF4931;">
    <h2 class="head-lt">Not started</h2>
    <ul class="sortable connectedSortable">
      <li class="card">Activity A1</li>
      <li class="card">Activity A2</li>
      <li class="card">Activity A3</li>
    </ul>
    <div class="link-div">
        <input type="text" id="new_text" value=""/>
        <input type="button" name="btnAddNew" value="Add" class="add-button"/>
    </div>
    </div>
    <div class="container" style="background-color:#ffd300;">
    <h2 class="head-dk">In-progress</h2>
    <ul class="sortable connectedSortable" >
      <li class="card">Activity B1</li>
      <li class="card">Activity B2</li>
    </ul>
    </div>
    <div class="container" style="background-color:#103c6d;">
    <h2 class="head-lt">Final stage</h2>
    <ul class="sortable connectedSortable" >
      <li class="card">Activity C1</li>
      <li class="card">Activity C2</li>
    </ul>
    </div>
    <div class="container" style="background-color:#B9CEC5;">
    <h2 class="head-dk">Completed</h2>
    <ul class="sortable connectedSortable" >
    </ul>
    </div>
    </div>
    
    <script type="text/javascript">
    function storageAvailable(type) {
        var storage;
        try {
            storage = window(type);
            var x = '__storage_test__';
            storage.setItem(x, x);
            storage.removeItem(x);
            return true;
        }
        catch(e) {
            return e instanceof DOMException && (
                // everything except Firefox
                e.code === 22 ||
                // Firefox
                e.code === 1014 ||
                // test name field too, because code might not be present
                // everything except Firefox
                e.name === 'QuotaExceededError' ||
                // Firefox
                e.name === 'NS_ERROR_DOM_QUOTA_REACHED') &&
                // acknowledge QuotaExceededError only if there's something already stored
                (storage && storage.length !== 0);
        }
    }
    </script>
    
    
    </body>
    </html>

google play store – is it possible to add the browser in the apk along with the trusted activity

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productivity – Monitor your terminal / file change activity

I’m trying to monitor all my activity to optimize productivity and I’m wondering if a system already exists to do so or how to set one up otherwise.

For example, I want to record the programs I execute on the command line and then track the diffs to my files to see how many times I run certain tests and patterns of test updates and code rewriting.

Essentially, I just want to track what I’m doing and figure out how to do it faster.

One hypothesis is that the 2 seconds it takes to run my unit test actually turns into 20 seconds on average because I forget what I was going to do depending on the test output.

Any ideas on how to set this up?

MacBook Pro Activity Monitor accurate?

I have an older MacBook Pro that generally runs just fine. But sometimes, it slows so much as to be unusable – to the point that I can type a couple dozen characters and sit back to watch as they take a full 10 to 15 seconds to appear on the screen.

Checking Activity Monitor, I can not find any problems, and in fact, see that the system and user are both only using 4% to 5% of CPU, leaving the CPU 90% to 92% idle – I have never sen it go below 86%.

Only 10 to 12 GB of the 16GB memory is being used. I am displaying All Processes and set the Update Frequency to 1 second. I am maxed out on the OS with High Sierra 10.13.6.

SimStreamProcessorService often shows up at the top of the list when the computer slows to the point of being unusable and after a Force Quit the computer will operate normally. For awhile.

Is there a reason Activity Monitor is not showing me the culprit? Is there something I can do to find it? How do I use the other 90% of the CPU???

Why does “Truecaller” appear in my Google My Activity section so much?

I have recently found about about Google’s “My Activity” page; a very useful place that lets you see/permanently delete your search history. Every time I go on the page, though, I see a lot of “Truecaller: Caller ID, block fraud & scam calls” even though I’m sure I did not personally install an extension called Truecaller.

Can somebody please tell me what Truecaller is, and if I should be worried? Thanks!

Date is incorrect in my activity web and app activity page

Date is incorrect in my activity web and app activity page in Google account.

https://i.stack.imgur.com/3Ld1K.jpg

Added link to screenshot. For some reason preview and post are not showing the screenshot.

display – iMac with black screen, backlight on, no activity

I’m having a problem with a 5k iMac 27″ (mid-2015). When I turn it on, the backlight comes on, but the screen is completely black and there’s no activity.

An external monitor (plugged in with a Mini Displayport / Thunderbolt to HDMI cable) works, but only after I log in. I can do that by selecting the user and typing in my password blind, although it doesn’t work every time. So I restart it, wait a minute, try to login, wait a minute, then if it doesn’t come on I restart and try again.

When it does work, the computer seems to be working fine. It connects to my wifi (again only after login) and everything is fine, except that the built-in screen is black.

Some background:

A few months ago I opened it up and swapped out the HDD for an SSD (with a kit from OWC). It worked afterward, but some of the backlights stopped working, giving a look like stripes of dimness at the bottom of the screen. I needed to order more adhesive strips before I could open it up and re-seat the ribbon cable, so I left it and never got around to it.

It worked for several months. Then one day the screen went black. I turned it off and back on, and the backlight came up but that was all. I tried resetting the NVRAM, reseating the RAM chips, and then gave up and put it in the garage until I had time.

Yesterday I got it out and plugged it in. To my surprise, the screen came on and it appeared to be working fine! I walked away to grab a keyboard, and when I got back the screen was black again and it hasn’t come on since. I plugged in an external monitor and after a lot of messing around figured out I that I can login blind, and once I do the monitor comes on.

I’m assuming there is a hardware issue, probably connected to something I messed up when I swapped the drive. I’m ready to open it up again but I’m not sure what to look for. What are the likely causes of this issue?

chrome – Does Google collect and store data about activity done on Incognito mode?

I think you need to distinguish between “Google” and “Chrome”.

Chrome is a browser and the main feature of the Incognito mode is to delete any locally stored information from the browser session after the Incognito mode was closed. The point here is locally stored because this is all the browser can fully control.

Google is instead a company which among others things collects information about the users behavior by being included with Google Analytics or Doubleclick into many websites. This is similar how other companies like Facebook or the various ad and tracking networks are included into the websites. And this kind of data collection is also independent from the browser you use, although some browser have special features or some extensions can be added to reduce the amount of tracking and profiling.

In the latter case data collection does not stop when the browser is in Incognito mode. In fact, usually these ad and tracking networks are not even aware that Incognito mode is used. What is different though is that tracking information from the “normal” mode and Incognito mode cannot be easily associated with each other, so the profiling done in Incognito mode is mostly independent from the profiling done in normal mode or from profiling done in other Incognito sessions.

encryption – How to catch a criminal by their google/any other https website activity

Inspired by this question

How does the Interpol, FBI or any national cyber-agency find criminals by their google activity when google searches are encrypted?

As an example, if someone writes: How to dump a murdered body? This search will be encrypted and the ISP wouldn’t know about it, except that there was something searched on the domain www.google.com.

How do such agencies find out about such people’s activities and future plans?

Google, in 2018, warned that it would mark every website without HTTPS as Not Secure, apparently to encourage everyone to quit HTTP and get the contents of their websites encrypted when viewers watch them. While this is good for people’s privacy in general, it is a significant downside for cyber-police/investigators, as all they’ll know about criminals is that they searched something on google.com, just like the world does, and not what exactly was the search.

There are even many forums which are kind of “mixed”, with legal discussions, as well as illegal ones too. The advent of HTTPS on many sites would become a big obstacle in proving charges against a criminal, or to stop them from doing anything illegal in the near future.

Just imagine someone who searches on an HTTPS website (or even on Google for that matter!): Plan to blow up Headquarters XYZ with a bomb; OR How to make a highly explosive bomb.

How to catch such dangerous people from their dangerous intentions? Keeping in touch with ISPs is no solution, as all they would know is someone google searched something, not that someone google searched “How to make bomb”. So how do agencies determine it?