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Facebook Suggested Post slipping thorugh Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Just noticed, for the first time, Facebook "Suggested Posts" in my news feed, masquerading as legitimate posts but are really just ads. I assume they were previously blocked with ABP since a Google search shows that they have been out for at least a year but I have never seen one. I guess they are now slipping through.
Doesn't seem to work any longer - Use Beta Version Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I loved this addon, but it does not seem to work any longer. Using Firefox version 47.
Ok, the beta version linked to by the developer seems to work, though. Thanks!!!
Link to working version if anyone needs it: http://glimmersoft.com/podblog/2015/11/19/beta-version-up-at-addons-mozilla-org/
A must have! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have been using this for about a year now. Such a great plugin! Thanks! Now I no longer have to click on the settings icon and set the resolution of every. video. I watch. Not sure why YouTube never implemented such an option. I assume to save bandwidth, though. Many Thanks!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (34.3.1-signed).
Does this plugin do a random command prompt popup? Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I love this addon, but I did notice that now it does some command prompt batch file type thing when saving a video that it never did in the past. This isn't really a problem except that I have been getting a command prompt popup when not downloading, while trying to play online games (Hardcore games, where death is permanent!) This popup is causing serious problems. I'm not certain this addon is the cause, but it may be.
The command prompt address line is something like 'appdata\roaming\firefox\profiles\something or other\ and ends with ffmpeg.
It also happens occasionally on my laptop which also has this addon installed. Is this program the culprit or should I look elsewhere? I'll be disabling it when not in use to see if it stops.
Not sure how to reply to you, so i'll just have to edit. I suppose I wasn't clear, but the problem is not specific to the game, the problem is that when this command prompt pops up, it minimizes my game/full screen applications.
So, for instance, if I was in the game fighting, probably while Firefox is open in the background, and this popup happens, my game would minimize to the desktop and my character could potentially get killed in battle while this is happening, causing me to lose weeks, or even months of progress.
Like I said, i'm not sure if this program is even the culprit. A command prompt pops up, like a batch file, and runs some commands - only lasts a few seconds. Could be an update of an addon. Not much time to read it, but I noticed it ended in .ffmpeg last time, and begins with appdata\roaming\firefox\profiles\ or so. I figured you might know if your program does anything like this.
This happens on my desktop and laptop. I initially thought it was MySQL doing it, as I began a class on it recently and installed it on my desktop and laptop about 4 months ago, but have sense uninstalled it. The only two addons in common on both computers are AdBlock and Ant video downloader. I have no malware or viruses either.
After more searching into my Firefox profiles folders I believe it must be pointing to an application (.exe) in the C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\random profile number.default folder. ffmpeg.exe
Just wanted to make you aware, in case this is indeed the cause of this popup and see if it's possible to change its behavior. Otherwise i'll keep the addon disabled or uninstalled until needed. Others may be experiencing this issue and not have any idea of the cause.
I keep editing. :) But most of all; regardless of any problems, this is one of the best addons ever! Thanks so much!
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I had the same, aforementioned problems with the latest version 126.96.36.199 (Video directory error and Compact Mode not working) until I updated Firefox. Try updating your browser if you are experiencing this problem too.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (188.8.131.52.1-signed).