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April 29, 2005
*gasp* You Can Mute Sound From Flash?!?!? - Proclaiming that You *Hate* Standards
I've just been reading a couple of posts by Virtuelvis. Apparently there's an app that runs in the background that can make sure you never have to endure the shocking terror that is flash-embedded-music. I honestly tend to jump whenever it comes on, esp. because my volume tends to be turned up a bit for when I watch TV. And really, who in their right mind would want/expect sound coming from their browser? Oh, and flash is a bane on the InterWeb, like spam and animated gifs. Flashmute.
Which brings me to Virtuelvis' opinion of sIFR:
"I hate sIFR with a passion, and I think it should die."
The first thing I noticed on the sIFR page was an icon that proclaims the fact that their site doesn't validate and points to this page. So apparently hippy-dippy tie-died "I think I'm a rebel" brain death is "in" this season. Opera users should sharpen their torches and fire up their pitchforks.
Posted by subtitles at April 29, 2005 2:12 PM | Opera Boggling
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