Happy Thanksgiving, everyone
I’m thankful for all the people who still continue to support me, and everyone’s who’s given me so many second chances. A special mention goes out to mom and dad for putting up with me for so long. Have a great day today, all~
Youtube STILL giving me stupid audio problems
Alright, I gave them long enough to fix it, but audio still cuts out whenever I load a new page in chrome. I’ve tried multiple different things, from toggling hardware acceleration, clearing cache and cookies, manipulating the audio buffer when launching, and a bunch of other shit, and I’m 1000% sure that it has to do with HTML5 , and chances are whenever my chrome needs to load something, it’s far too stupid go reserve space for anything and causes the audio to give out or warp while the page finishes loading. It’s never done this before in the past, and I don’t want to have to download a plugin to make chrome do something it should be doing normally. My computer ran it fine before, it should run it fine now.
I have the extended API disabled, and pepflash disabled, and no dice. If anyone has any ideas on how to get youtube working, I’m all ears. Suggestions?
can and of you kind webgeeks help me
As of like, 12 this morning, every time I open a new tab or page in chrome with youtube playing, the sound will stutter awfully until the page fully loads. It’s only started doing this recently, and I have no clue what to do about fixing it. I don’t want to delete my cookies because I feel like because of that new google plus shit, I won’t be able to sign in again.
I’ve already disabled the pepperflash render thing, btw. I don’t use firefox, but this issue doesn’t occur there.
Anyone got any advice?
Edit: I’ve cleaned my cache already. I think it might be youtube’s HTML5 player that’s causing these things, but it appears on some videos and not others, even if i have it turned off.
trying to draw backgrounds
trying to draw backgrounds with perspective
It’s come to my attention that my last submission offended a few people. I was unaware of the connotations, and I assure you, my comments were from ignorance on the matter, not from spite, or anything against the individuals who raised their concerns (I had only chosen to use the word because it rhymed with ‘cat’). I appreciate the feedback I’ve gotten on the matter, though; I understand it’s kind of a sensitive issue, and I should have handled with a bit more sensitivity. The post has been edited, and I apologize to anyone I might have upset.
A quick fix for Chrome’s Sept.25th update.
If you go to chrome//flags and find this option, be sure to disable it. The tinyass, unmanageable “most visited” page is an eyesore and stuffing the recently closed tabs to an unnoticable dropdown menu is a goddamn mistake.