Quote from: J-Mac on August 26, 2011, 11:11:02 PMDeozaan, I think he meant ABP for Adblock Plus.JimAh. Thanks.
Deozaan, I think he meant ABP for Adblock Plus.Jim
I'm just glad they haven't figured out a way to lump their ads on my downloaded youtube videos.
Give them time...Soon they will be edited into the videos themselves during upload...Can almost guarantee that.
Quote from: Stephen66515 on September 28, 2011, 09:48:03 AMGive them time...Soon they will be edited into the videos themselves during upload...Can almost guarantee that.Except then they'd hugely increase their storage costs as they'd need to maintain different copies of vids for different ads.
Except then they'd hugely increase their storage costs as they'd need to maintain different copies of vids for different ads.
Has YouTube made some major changes recently? Because the FF Adblock Plus browser extension always used to do a good job of eliminating them. It's true those miserable adverts will reappear every so often. But the developer stays on top of things and updates regularly. So whenever adverts change tactics, the very next update to ABP (or one of its filter subscriptions) starts catching them. At least so far. Worst case (for me) has been having to put up with those ads for about a day before they magically vanish once again.I take Adblock Plus for granted so much that I'm always stunned at what places like YouTube get up to whenever I use a browser that doesn't have it. Which is why Adblock Plus (and NoScript ) are the first extensions I load whenever I'm installing Firefox.ABP and NoScript are two extensions I also regularly send in a contribution for. I'd have gone crazy by now without them. Note: There's also versions available for Chrome and K-Meleon if you're not a Firefox user.
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