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What you do is hover your mouse to the lower left corner of the screen where the play button is, the progress bar should disappear in 1-3 seconds.


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Use ByTubeD plugin along with Mozilla firefox and IDM. A video tutorial with detailed steps is available. Right click on youtube playlist, select ByTubeD. ByTubeD will grab all youtube video links in playlist. select appropriate video format and click start button. A list will be created in firefox new tab. Right click on any link and select option ...


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I had the same issue, I also disable others flash plugin of Chrome but the issue still exist. I found a solution, you can double click to get full screen instead of click on full screen icon, the URL status will not show.


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It depends heavily on the length, quality and file format of the video. You can see the total amount of data used on any given video by right-clicking on the video to bring up this menu: Then, you can click Stats for nerds and bring up this prompt: The Bandwidth option is what you're looking for. It shows a graph, along with real-time data of the ...


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It could possibly be a in your history, so auto-completing Clear your history by: 1) Click the 3-horizontal-lines icon Google Chrome Settings icon in the top-right corner of the window and select Settings. 2) In the Settings window, click the Show advanced settings link. 3) In the Privacy section, click the Clear browsing data button. 4) In the Clear ...


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Since you have removed the timings there is no way to recreate them for each video and maintain sync. You should have left each hour subtitle segment with timings intact and adjusted each succeeding subtitle timings from the end of the preceding one. If the first hour subtitles ended at say, 01:01:10.000 and the next subtitle set started at 00:00:01.544 ...


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I do web development & Linux/Unix systems administration as my day-job, so when a page does not load I check the page headers via Terminal in Mac OS X with the curl -I command. Works for Linux too. Just run the following command: curl -I http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9ZsXFAiF8M Using curl -I is great since it shows you exactly what the raw header ...


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Try doing a traceroute to that hostname and check for circular routing. I am having the same problem right now with a RV082 and have a ticket in with my ISP. In my case the hostname is r1---sn-3ovavbt-5bne.googlevideo.com Edit: confirmed routing issue with my ISP, they fixed it and is working now.


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Go to the site whose plugin settings you want to change: Right click anywhere on the page and select "View Page Info" Go to the "Permissions" tab Select which plugins should allow/block/ask.


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Simple solution that doesn't require installing additional software (malware): Copy video URL from Youtube. Paste it in www.en.savefrom.net In the right side of the screen you will see the download links (one for each resolution available). Click the link to download the movie OR use FDM to fast download the movie. :)


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A better option would be this - http://www.yourvideofile.org/



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