If you shop at Tom Thumb, you’re probably familiar with the Just for U app or the website. It’s infuriating to use isn’t it? It takes you 20 minutes or more to scroll through and click the coupons. Who has time for that? Well, I thought the same thing and failed at figuring out how to write the jquery or javascript to accomplish this. But this guy didn’t: https://github.com/nishnet2002/Safeway-Just-for-u

There are multiple ways to run this code, but since I use Firefox as my main browser, I ran this code in the Console on the add-on/extension named Firebug. So login to your Tom Thumb just for u account on tomthumb.com, go to the coupon page, view all coupons on one page, right click anywhere on the page, select “Inspect Element with Firebug”, click the “Console” tab, copy the below code, paste it on the right side of Firebug’s two column screen, click “Run” and it will select and click all coupons that have not already been added to your account. :)

javascript:(function(e,a,g,h,f,c,b,d){if(!(f=e.jQuery)||g>f.fn.jquery||h(f)){c=a.createElement("script");c.type="text/javascript";c.src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/"+g+"/jquery.min.js";c.onload=c.onreadystatechange=function(){if(!b&&(!(d=this.readyState)||d=="loaded"||d=="complete")){h((f=e.jQuery).noConflict(1),b=1);f(c).remove()}};a.documentElement.childNodes[0].appendChild(c)}})(window,document,"1.7.2",function($,L){function OfferProcessor(c,f){var d=c;var b=0;var a=f;var e="/Clipping1/services/clip/offers";return{processOffers:function(l){var p=l.offers;var n=0;for(var m=0;m 0){alert("J4U - Added "+f+" 'Coupon Center' coupons and \n "+g+" 'Personalized Deals' Coupons. \n Please reload the page.")}};c.setCallback(a);b.process();e.process();d.process()});});

The creator of this amazing code also has an app you can download onto your phone for $2 to do this work for you. Click the link to his page above to see how to get that.

How to fix: Adobe Photoshop CS6 crashes every time you open a file

I had this issue today, and had to spend some time researching it. I found the solution here: where someone named Romeo Fahl typed up the solution to my problem.

First things first, this solution worked on a 64-bit Windows 7 computer with Adobe Creative Suite 6. When my Photoshop would crash, it would happen immediately after opening ANY file. If I looked at the details of the crash, it would say CoreFoundation_v11x64.dll caused the crash. That dll is related to the program Extensis Suitcase, which I use for font management, and so if that’s your problem, you likely use it as well. If you are using a Windows computer and that dll is causing your crash, here’s instructions for how to fix it.

All credit for this solution goes to Romeo Fahl:

The following steps should take care of the issue:

1) In Suitcase, go to Edit -> Preferences
2) Switch to the Type Core tab and click on ‘Stop Type Core…’
3) Confirm that you want to continue by clicking on ‘Stop Type Core’ button in the message that pops up
4) Remove:
[64 bit] = C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6 (64 Bit)\Plug-ins\Automate\ExtensisFontManagementPSCCx64.8li
[32 bit] = C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6\Plug-ins\Automate\ExtensisFontManagementPSCC.8li

5) Launch Suitcase
6) Launch Photoshop
7) Open a file, such as a JPG or PDF in Photoshop. Make some changes and save it.

If the error message is gone, then:

1) Quit Photoshop
2) Launch Suitcase
3) Choose Tools > Manage Plugins and check the Photoshop CC box to reinstall the plugin
4) Launch Photoshop

Problem solved (hopefully).

If you continue to have problems, check out this site: http://www.extensis.com/support/knowledge-base/troubleshooting-font-problems-on-a-windows-pc/

In my case, I continued to have problems, but found the solution.

For me:

1) Open Photoshop
2) File -> Automate -> Extensis -> Preferences
3) Uncheck “Enable Suitcase Fusion 4 Auto-Activation”

For me, auto-activation has never worked in the first place. I have always had to turn the fonts on in Suitcase before opening the document. With this unchecked, I no longer have the problem, and can go about my business. Hooray!

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