Creating Time Lapse with ffmpeg Here is how I made this time lapse video from image: Rename the images in sequence as frameXXX.jpg (where XXX is 000, 001, 002, etc). More information on the "Always use https" can be found in the GMail blog. *Update*: They've added a quick fix for this issue, where a registry setting is altered so the I've been trying to solve this for months.ReplyDeleteHunter09 March, 2009 01:29Thanks for posting this! Before having this setting I had to modify the URL to start with "https://" manually each time I was redirected out of the login page, which was quite inconvenient. http://kelcours.com/gmail-notifier/gmail-notifier-an-error-has-occurred-cannot-read-your-messages.html
cron.weekly newsletter A weekly newsletter - delivered every Sunday - for Linux sysadmins and open source users. Thanks!!ReplyDeleteAnonymous01 October, 2010 13:00I can't believe that Google still has yet to integrate this into their Notifier application. http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=9429 Reply ↓ Matti Friday, August 15, 2008 at 13:00 Awesome, that works ! :-) It just changes a registry setting, where it used to refer to http://, it now Required fields are marked * Comment Name * Email * Website I'd like to get notified of new posts, sign me up for the ma.ttias.be newsletter!
Puede cambiar la configuración u obtener más información aquí. × ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.9/ Connection My error was different, "could not find server in DNS", and the key was missing from my registry. It looks like with google's recent change to require https after the china issues it broke gmail notifier which seems to have been using http?
Pay attention that there wasn't any URL, and I had to add the key with the address listed above.ReplyDeletecircle12 April, 2009 15:54welcome all :)there is indeed two URLs in the article, Nombre Correo Electrónico (no será publicado) Sitio Web Captcha (rellena para enviar comentarios) * 8 − cinco = Avisame de cualquier comentario via email Recórcholis.net ¿Que es Recorcholis.net? Bookmark the permalink. ← Uploading images with Windows Live Writer to WordPress Getting SQL Server Express 2008 to work the way you probably want it to → Search for: Recent Posts Works for me.
To fix it, you can uncheck the option, or, better yet, use a registry hack (from Google) to allow Notifier to also use SSL. thanks a lot!ReplyDeleteJay04 December, 2011 01:02This is the top result when searching for a fix for this. It helps keeps you informed about open source projects, Linux guides & tutorials and the latest news. I knew it wasn't just a server down somewhere, but I couldn't find an answer until your post.ReplyDeleteAnonymous10 September, 2008 20:27...and I thought it was just my computer.
I uninstalled and re-installed the program several times, but untill today, after reading your post, I was unable to make it work. Adding a string (not a key) as url (without qutoations obviously) and putting the https address as instructed, and then restarting gmail notifier works great. C#: Determining whether a class implements certain interface Sometimes it is useful to check whether a class (or its instance) implements certain interface. Thank you!ReplyDeleteAnonymous10 November, 2009 01:40You rock!
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This turned out to the the problem. this content HTML Tags allowed (e.g. , , ) Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Disclaimer ALL CONTENTS AND INFORMATION IN THIS WEB SITE ARE PROVIDED "AS IT" WITHOUT I could not figure out for the life of me what was going on. Notifier probably can’t follow the redirect.
There must be numerous complaints if it is really the case so I did a Google search using the above error.Then I found the root cause. Mattias Geniar, Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - last modified: Saturday, August 21, 2010 *Update 17/2/2010*: GMail recently enabled this HTTPs connection by default, so please read on for the fix! Algo que debería haber ocurrido durante la instalación pero por algún motivo falló. http://kelcours.com/gmail-notifier/gmail-notifier-error-has-occurred-cannot-read-your-messages.html A notification window comes up that says you successfully altered the registry.Exit gmail notifier (if it's open) and restart.
Reply ↓ Chris Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at 21:29 Can't believe its almost 4 years down the road from them inplementing the HTTPS option and the notifier still isn't fixed Instead, in the flags folder, drag and drop the two registry files that you unzipped."Yeah, I tried adding a 'url' folder, and that didn't work, so I added a new string gracias Responder Carles 9 noviembre 2011 en el 1:25 PM Hola, muchas gracias por tu aporte.
Después de muchas vueltas resulta que el problema es mitad Google y mitad Windows. You've probably just enabled the latest setting in Gmail: Always use HTTPs. (But good news, there's a fix!) Though this setting is advised (as it is more secure, and less vulnerable Too bad all that other crap comes with it.ReplyDeleteweb-developer-central13 May, 2011 01:15Just FYI, Google has updated the binary. Here's the record that is changed: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Gmail\Flags] "url"="https://mail.google.com/mail/" Reply ↓ nascent Wednesday, September 3, 2008 at 04:22 Thanks a lot for this https mention I found this site googling the
to think you want to be secure and yet you can't see when you have new mail.. i was looking for an answer and found your post about it. Your cache administrator is webmaster. check over here Glad to see it does help some people at least :pReplyDeleteAnonymous14 September, 2008 19:08Thanks for your post!
Reply ↓ thomas Sunday, December 18, 2011 at 09:30 thank you sooo much for this fix. I got the patch, but am waiting to see whether I might need it in the future.On that note, I think Google hasn't decided to update it because not enough people Reply ↓ vasek7 Tuesday, February 9, 2010 at 15:51 Don't forget to modify path on 64 bit Windows: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wow6432Node\Google\Gmail\Flags] "url"="https://mail.google.com/mail/" Reply ↓ hosisis Saturday, April 30, 2011 at 19:37 I had to add the corresponding string value to my registry but once I did (and restarted Gmail Notifier) it worked just fine again. 2.
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I thought uninstalling it would fix the prob but nope. Thanks so much for this tip! just a simple Google search(of course) and i came to your wonderful website for the fix :D I am a happy camper now. It was because I had the wrong date on my computer.
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