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This question describes disabling all extensions and plugins and still having the problem. In that case, Big Chris's answer is a pretty good bet for the solution. For people who have not tried disabling extensions, and that solution doesn't fix the problem, there is a good chance that extensions are an additional issue. In my own case, many videos (at ...
The Mozilla support forum has an entry for this problem and it relates to the browser using hardware acceleration causing the problem. Source: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1044374 Click the Firefox menu button Click Options Click Advanced Under General untick Use hardware acceleration when available If you disable hardware acceleration it ...
Pause the video at the frame you want to take a screenshot of, and just hit alt+printscreen on your keyboard (to take a screenshot of your current window and place it into your clipboard). Then, open MSPaint, and hit CTRL+V (to paste). Cut out the browser area and modify the picture to your heart's content. Save it as jpg and you're set.
Having had lots of PCs, Fn+Home should work, assuming you have the Function key. EDIT: As Andi Mohr said, You could also use the snipping tool instead of instant screenshot
Could be a weird network issue¹ but… don’t use nslookup. The essential reasons are that it uses different lookup paths with less troubleshooting information and the tool is implemented inconsistently. Alternatives include dig and host. Skip the local resolver (127.0.0.1) and confirm that DNS for those should work on the system with either line: $ dig ...
You say you changed your DNS to Google servers, but your server is returning 127.0.1.1 as your DNS server. This page on the official Ubuntu site might point us in the direction of understanding; specifically in the “Networking” section: In order to improve compatibility with other local nameserver packages, NetworkManager now assigns IP address ...
A chrome developer suggested that you could try using the canary version. Some have seen this issue fixed with this branch of chrome. https://www.google.co.uk/chrome/browser/canary.html (I have had this issue as well until I switched back to using the canary release and it's been a few hours without any issues.)
Since you are running browsers other than Google Chrome on Linux, an operating system that hasn't gotten a flash player update in 3 years, and you are trying to access two separate sites that both (can) make use of flash player elements, and it actully works on Windows (an OS that sitll enjoys Flash support), although no browser was named... Since you are ...
You can get an external adapter If you happen to get one, get a good Bluetooth 4.1 one There may be some problems with system config but they won't come in your way Don't attempt to remove the Bluetooth from your laptop
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