Tuesday, April 18th 2006

Great Firefox Flicks Out Today

A whole bunch of new Firefox Flicks released today. Here are my favourites so far:

Just love the look on his face… 🙂

Professional, serious, usable.

Best touch, visual style. Has a subtle twist.

Kind-of funny, well-made and usable.

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  1. xeen says:

    Could you hide those videos somehow so that they don’t load directly when reading your blog as it tends to slow firefox quite down when I mass open my bookmarks. Having many tabs isn’t the problem, but those many quicktime movies really tend to give Firefox the rest (well, it works though, but it laggs like hell).Thanksxeen

  2. David Naylor says:

    I think, what you need to do is to change your quicktime settings. Right click one of the videos, and you should find options or something similar. (I’ve got the Swedish version here…)

  3. xeen says:

    What should I change? I said it should use browsercache when possible and that it shouldn’t start playing when the videos are loaded. But there’s no option “do not load the videos until I say so” or something. So it loads them if they aren’t cached. Anyway, it makes firefox lag, even if they don’t play (just display the first frame and finished loading)…

  4. David Naylor says:

    Ok. I thought the option “don’t play automatically” might help but maybe not… I don’t think there’s very much I can do about it, apart from removing them and replacing them with links…