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I am unaware of any browser that natively supports MPEG-4 Part 2 video. I'm guessing Safari uses QuickTime to play your video. Use H.264 video instead. black video If you want a "blank" video that should be playable with any modern, sane browser you can use the color filter: ffmpeg -f lavfi -i color=d=60 -c:v libx264 -profile:v main \ -movflags ...
I did have a similar issue due to a bug in FlashBlock too. Flash plug-in was installed on Firefox, and Flash worked on various sites, FlashBlock was installed but it was disabled in the FlashBlock addon's own settings. Then I found out that even though FlashBlock was disabled in its own settings, it still broke embedded YouTube vids on that forum. After ...
SBIE Beta v5 does not support Windows Metro Apps or the Edge browser at this time. You will need to change your default web browser in Win 10 from Edge to something else. Combined 32/64 installer: www.sandboxie.com/SandboxieInstall-501-11.exe Separate: http://www.sandboxie.com/SandboxieInstall32-501-11.exe ...
In order to do this on Firefox, it requires some setting up first. First go to the site you want and right click on the search bar. I'll use YouTube as an example. In the official Firefox guide linked above they used IMDB. Select Add a Keyword for this Search... Then you will get a window asking you to add this as a bookmark. Choose a name and somewhere ...
"I have a fix. go to your address bar and type "about:config" no quotes, and then hit the "i'll be careful, I promise" button, next type "dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled" then double click it, so the value is false. And that should do the trick." - pcdude234 (tomshardware) Worked :P
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This should help you out Firefox Keyboard Shortcuts As I said in my comment it can depend on the operating system you are using for Mac it is command + option + ← to go backwards and command + option + → to go forward in the stack.
To avoid this problem, I configured Firefox to always show the http:// protocol in URL bar. In about:config, set browser.urlbar.trimURLs to false (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/881261).
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