That site also uses JavaScipt to prevent right-clicking, and other
Just like with that year or two in Netflix history (after
WINE+Silverlight workarounds, but before full HTML5-based DRM) when you
also needed to spoof Chrome/Chromium using that switcher plugin, the
stereotype is that we use Linux to steal stuff while we huddle - hoodie
donned - in coffee-shop corners with black-shelled laptops covered in
large stickers at our print-scorched fingertips.
Which is a rather odd impression since most distributions we use - and
even core software - fail to come with a price tag to begin with while
what is allowed/acceptable are Operating Systems and software that are
rampantly pirated in the consumer space (if it weren't for the
Microsoft tax on new PC's - even when Windows is not installed once out
the shop door - Microsoft would see almost no money coming in from the
home PC user).
But that's just my nickels worth.
On Mon, 2020-07-20 at 10:08 -0300, Herb wrote:
> Sorry, I did that in Firefox. Too many windows open...
> On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 09:54, Herb <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 09:41, David Murdoch <
> > [hidden email]> wrote:
> > > M09777
> > From the most recent Chrome (in Ubuntu 20.04) It didn't work for me
> > until I applied a user agent swticher plugin. Selected IE11, then I
> > was able to download files.
> > Insert rant here about government, and archaic closed systems...
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