Posted on 20 December 2009 by Demian Turner
I wish I hadn’t waited so long to install the ClickToFlash plugin, it totally improves the web experience. The idea is simple, all flash animations are paralyzed by default 😉 To view flash, including videos like youtube, etc, you have to click to play. A lot healthier for the laptop, no more CPU running at 100% nor mindless distractions when you’re trying to absorb valuable content.
Posted on 27 April 2008 by Demian Turner
Oh man I’ve spent so long not being able to watch Youtube videos, well they play but with no sound, bloody frustrating. Tried many lines of attack through Google and only just managed to crack it. The problem is widely reported but most of the suggested fixes don’t work.
- voodoo fix #1: the most widely “documented” fix is to launch /Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup.app and change the properties for built-in output from the default 44khz, to 96khz, then back to 44 – doesn’t work
- voodoo fix #2: this one I like, launch Garage Band and the audio prob will be fixed, nada
- the fix that works: delete the ~/Library/Preferences/Macromedia folder
Above prob occurs with latest software at the time of writing, btw:
Update: this problem just happened to me again, using OS X 10.5.8 and Safari 4.0.3. Again, use the fix that works, restart Safari and problem fixed.