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I'm speculating here, but a couple of possibilities come to mind: you already had an active session with your Google account and signed in from the same IP address; it seems logical to assume it was you Did you copy your Firefox configuration to Opera? Did that include cookies? User agent? Google may have believed that you were using the same browser, ...
For IE10+, I just had to update the icon source location. Worked ok in Chrome. //updated icon source June 2015 var imgsrc = "http://chart.googleapis.com/chart?chst=d_map_pin_letter&chld=" + 1 + "|00FF00|000000&.png"; var img = new google.maps.MarkerImage(imgsrc);
I remember having a similar problem a few years ago with google and an ugly black bar at the top that took up space. I vaguely remember solving this with Adblock Plus, an add-on that you can use to block ads or other page elements that get on your nerves. You might want to install the following related add-on to help in the process: ...
Disabling Hardware graphics acceleration did the trick ! I lose the smooth scrolling but the videos seem to be working fine so far. I guess my video card isn't that well supported on Firefox.
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