|User since||March 29, 2013|
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mixed ... Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Tried this on two pcs (same os & FF version). One works fine, the other downloads the two streams but is then unable to find the downloaded streams! Rechecked the limited settings, reinstalled .. zilch. Only other difference - on the one that works I got a firewall exception request which I allowed. No alert on the other one. Suggestions anyone???? Short of manually merging the streams using ffmpeg.
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Now payware Rated 1 out of 5 stars
According to the developer's site they have abandoned FF support and are now selling the chrome version.
Does the job! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Was looking for a way to stop the "make google your homepage" popup every time I did a google search. Short of not using google, the only fix I could find (and only via bing .. google evidently censored it) was to install 1st ABP and then Element Helper, then:
1. Go to the google website.
2. Go to 'Select element to hide' from the ABP menu (Ctrl+Shift+F3 [Windows]), then hover your mouse over the whole offensive google popup, so that it's surrounded by a red outline, and click (L mouse).
3. In the 'Compose element hiding rule' window, click the 'Add element hiding rule' button.
Worked a charm! Clicking 'no' on the google popup for most users does not work. It just keeps coming back.