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Fails to Fire - since 15th Aug, 2012 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
For the last couple of days Ver 3.0.2 is not functioning. It lists the different available formats as before, but Firefox then downloads only a few bytes – 16 or 26bytes - nothing is written to the directory.
Otherwise &amp; until now, CYtS would be my goto plugin for Yt download functionality. So, rated 5.
Anyone else experiencing this aberrant behaviour?
And now, 2012-08-21, I update the above with the advice that this issue be parked meantime. I've disabled CYS (latest version), disabled recently-installed Ghostery (latest version) gone back to FFv14 (latest version), (had been on beta release channel FF15 with auto-updates) ..... all to no avail on this Toshiba W7 64bit.
I did however then discover I was also experiencing the same issue with DownloadHelper 4.9.9. So - I reckon it's some problem on my laptop with FF's downloading.
Other machines here running XP & Vista Business are experiencing no CTS issues whatsoever.
And now updating again - Aug 22nd, @ 10.05am GMT, problem solved. Did as cg-addons (Developer) advised, deleted all youtube cookies and can again now download with no problems. Thanks for the hint..!!
Some room for improvement Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Sadly, still fails on content from BBC, though dunno anything which will work on that site.
Enabling it to work with downloaders is a must.
Cheers! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Works a treat! Many thanks to the developer for the upgrade for FF3 compatability.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.1).
!!Bravo!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
You're a gentleman & a scholar, sir!
How to install into FF3? Rated 5 out of 5 stars
How do even get this add-on to install ? I can avoid the browser level check to download, but it will not actually install - fails because it is nor compatible with FF3. ??
Missing you already! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Just a few words of encoragement to the well-intention author of this most splendid add-on. I made a great deal of use of this plugin, and its absence from my current browsing experience is crippling!!!
Are you able to confirm or deny MediaPlayerConnectivity's future compatability with Firefox 3?
Allez les Bleus!
Regardless, all the best from the South Pacific!