Can't get enough of FH
- Dec 22, 2003
Does firebird have any plugins to enable WMV files, rather than just displaying a load of text and chars?
Hmm, de ja vu ... hehe Only teasing matey, I've done the same enough times.fatbusinessman said:Future versions are going to address this problem and display the usual "file open/save" dialog box. For the moment, the best way around this is just to right-click the link and select "Save link to disk..."
This is very annoying, isn't it? I haven't investigated enough as to whether it is the site, the browser or a combination of the two, but aside from hitting 'refresh' and hoping, I'm not sure if there is a fix. I'll do a little testing tomorrow and find out if there is a solution. I know there were some initial problems with Firebird and the menu drop-downs and information tabs, but they seem to have been resolved by Dabs. Whether this is another site issue, though, I'm not sure.Cask said:On a similar note is there a way to make the dabs website work with firebird? Only seems to load up half the pages a lot of the time. Seem to be resorting back to IE more and more lately.
This is what Dabs say:Cask said:On a similar note is there a way to make the dabs website work with firebird? Only seems to load up half the pages a lot of the time. Seem to be resorting back to IE more and more lately.
Roughly translates as "We couldn't be bothered to test this site properly. Stop whining".We are aware that customers who use a 'Mozilla' based web browser may be experiencing problems viewing some pages of the new dabs.com website.
Please be advised that our developers are currently looking at this and we expect to be able to accommodate this specific web browser very soon.
Thanks for your patience in this matter.
Good find with that Dabs information (<ewanMcGregor>... my young padawan learner</ewanMcGregor> - only teasing ). In fairness, the Mozilla userbase is extremely small in the grander scale of things, but at least Dabs know about - and acknowledge - the problem.fatbusinessman said:Roughly translates as "We couldn't be bothered to test this site properly. Stop whining". Goits.
hehe, that's great news And I'm no genius, I'm just standing on the shoulders of giants Glad everything's sorted, and, as before, please feel free to post any more questions you may have as and when they crop up.Brynn said:Jonty man your a genius it works super now
Yes, there is a way to make it work.Cask said:On a similar note is there a way to make the dabs website work with firebird? Only seems to load up half the pages a lot of the time. Seem to be resorting back to IE more and more lately.
Thanks for that ... I've come across a similar effect elsewhere, as well as on Dabs, though can't remember where at the moment. Might sort those out as well next time I encounter it.Shovel said:However, users running Firebird 0.7+ who are familar with customising their userChrome.css settings file.
The Alternate Stylesheets extension was actually integrated into the 0.7 release of Firebird, displayed now as a small icon in the bottom left corner of the status bar. However, by default it is not displayed on pages with only one stylesheet. You can change this, using instructions found on this page. I find that the graphic does not appear on all pages, but that by clicking in the space that the graphic is supposed to be (there is a separator always visable) you can still find the corresponding menu.