Mel wrote:
On Wednesday 03 October 2007 23:24:08 Predrag Punosevac wrote:
Aryeh Friedman wrote:
I'm running 6.2-RELEASE-p7. I haven't tried the Linux Flash player but
I do know the GNU Flash project ["gnash"] is worth looking at. Sure
it's not perfect, but they're certainly having a good try at it. It
works fairly well in Firefox at least.
crashs X on 7-current amd64
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Try snapping with youtube -dl or clive if the YouTube videos are
objective. Then play .flv files with MPlayer or VLC


Cool, didn't know MPlayer could play .flv. In that case, videodownloader firefox extension is even more useful:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2390

youtube -dl and clive work flawlessly. You can also use clive to convert .flv to friendlier formats. I have never had a luck with those adds on for Firefox. Even their ftp client sucks. That is way I use Opera and Lynx. Do not get me wrong. I am recommending Opera's ftp or bittorrent client for the serious users but it is good to know that you have them and that they work. Opera also has a very solid mail client and slue of other features to be desired by Firefox.

My experience with Firefox adds on is miserable.
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