> > disagree. the only thing that doesnt work is silly flash animation sites, and annoying flash banners, and a few sites that are lame enough to use flash for the navigation. no big loss. the latest mplayerplug-in even has support for google video, and quicktime, and windows media, providing the codec is implemented via ffmpeg or such - it usually is. its nice to reclaim that diskspace and kernel compile time that was just so i could see silly flash ads i didnt even want to see
your client cant wrap to screen width? what are you using, netscape?
BTW, i switched to gmail, it seems to wrap automagically, but i stil
prefer leaving it up to the reader..
re the mplayer bit, if you are using 64bit firefox, you can just
symlink mplayer to a 32 bit binary and it will play 32bit proprietary
codecs in the 64bit browser via window tricks..