I had to patch it again after the update, though not in the same line. I also made a blank thumbnail for those who want to have some gaps in their speed dial grid. The dropshadow outline can, no doubt, be removed by editing common.css too if they wish.
On other Websides a video stops after a couple of seconds (normally will work after a reload) - but it will not stop if i have dragonfly ehh the developer thingy open..
Still on other sides i can not skip / change the slider as the video will stop.. a bit disappointing
Works fine with Chrome or .. thou.
Thank you for the feedback.
Until now I used Firefox and had a few small Addons to do things like downloading a video, force html5/flash etc..
Generally there a 3 switches in "About:Config" : "media.mediasource.enabled", "media.mediasource.webm.enabled", "media.mediasource.mp4.enabled". So it was an easy task to enable/disable dash and get fully buffering if you need it.
Yes, you lose some resolutions. But for me is avoiding DASH a bit more important than a 1080p resolution.
I tried to ship streams to external players as described above. That is really something great. I agree that it is much better than the browser playback.
Finally I am really sad about the fact, that the only working solutions do not exist anymore.
Google and Firefox decided to add the extra wording because many people do not pay attention to the padlocks.
Keep in mind that it only shows if a site is using a valid certificate, not that a site is actually "Secure".
Many sites use encryption with a certificate, but have other problems with the site or they have not configured the use of the certificate properly.
Almost no HTTPS sites use DNSSEC and cannot be validated with the DANE protocol, which means that you still cannot trust the connection between you and the site is not being tampered with.
...and no Vivaldi also have not configured their sites to use DNSSCEC.