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Mar
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
9
revised Videos downloaded from video hostings are seeked too slowly
edited tags; edited title
Mar
8
comment Videos downloaded from video hostings are seeked too slowly
For example - just download any big video from youtube, where you can feel a difference between seeking a file with or without sequenital reading till the place you wanna seek to.
Mar
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comment Videos downloaded from video hostings are seeked too slowly
Yes, from torrents :) I've heard it's so slow because youtube videos don't have an index and must be read sequentially till the place you need.
Mar
7
comment Forbid http-equiv=“refresh” redirect
Is it completely disabled or can i enable single redirects manually?
Mar
7
asked Videos downloaded from video hostings are seeked too slowly
Mar
6
comment Stop Opera from autocomplete domains
>@SmitJohnth: Sorry, you need to be more precise.< -> >behave like Firefox, i.e. search in local history / bookmarks, but not search online, sending addresses i type to the internets.< Leaking addresses I type is what I want to prevent.
Mar
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revised Forbid http-equiv=“refresh” redirect
added 4 characters in body
Mar
6
awarded  Commentator
Mar
6
comment Forbid http-equiv=“refresh” redirect
Tell me at least 1 popular browser that doensn't behave this way.
Mar
6
asked Use simple xpath with AdBlock Plus for hiding elements
Mar
6
awarded  Editor
Mar
6
revised Forbid http-equiv=“refresh” redirect
added 46 characters in body
Mar
6
comment Stop Opera from autocomplete domains
I actually meant proposals for address while typing, not authomatically adding something after enter is pressed.
Mar
6
asked Stop Opera from autocomplete domains
Mar
6
comment Forbid http-equiv=“refresh” redirect
This is standard behaviour of browsers to follow this kind of redirect and leave no trace in page history. Now, how to change that?
Mar
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comment Forbid http-equiv=“refresh” redirect
Browser=firefox, the rest doesn't matter, does it?
Mar
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asked Forbid http-equiv=“refresh” redirect
Mar
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awarded  Student
Mar
5
comment How to make a self-signed client SSL certificate?
>as a human being, you cannot make the difference between 50 and 1000 µs< - try running openssl speed on your desktop and consider that there are more weaker devices like DSL routers. ECC is faster in anything excluding verifying signatures - that's why i asked.