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A more descriptive version is UserAgentString.com


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Yes, see http://whatsmyuseragent.com/


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It may be a DNS issue, but I'm not sure. You can test by following the instructions on this page to temporarily switch to Google's public DNS: https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/ If this helps, then you should speak with your ISP about the DNS that they provide. If not, then I honestly have no clue. But whenever this happens to me, changing DNS ...


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The site is using a Javascript to prevent users from selecting text on their site. If you are curious you can view the script here. The easiest way around it is to just temporarily disable Javascript (Firefox, Chrome).


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In the documentation you linked, there is a "Getting started" section with some sample code. Using this sample code, as well as a quick look at the documentation, I found that a simple <button onClick"=player.playVideo()">gives you a button to play the video again (as the sample code will auto-stop the video 6s in) You can see the result here: https:/...


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I don't believe you can. Apparently it exists in YouTube Red as well. There's a Chrome extension however. No idea about Brave. YouTube NonStop


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Several things: You run at document-start; this is good because it helps reduce annoying flicker associated with the style change. BUT... This means that the code must now wait before it can effect the HTML of the page. Use the DOMContentLoaded event, or similar, for this. The new image is considerably bigger than the old image, so you must size it with ...


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In your Dashboard, under Themes > Customise, you can choose a new template. Do this and then click the Remove Customizations link - shown here: Also, click Edit (to else the Theme) and click Revert Widget Themes - as shown here: We cannot be any more specific than that without knowing your blog's URL and a precise description of what is happening to make ...


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As per response from Jason at GitHub issue page: Try here: https://github.com/vladcalin/quartz If the pypi.python.org page doesn't directly list enough information to find the maintainers, you'll have to look for yourself. In some cases, if you download and unpack the sdist it will include a README file or some other information not published to PyPI....


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Try this extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/obebokhpdpocfdindfhgliohbceeiabd


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