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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Get Real! » Sat Mar 12, 2022 9:53 am

Paphitis wrote:Here;s a TV Streaming source for ya.

http://www.freeintertv.com/Main/

:lol: What the hell is that crap?

Get it through your thick head that Firefox doesn’t play streams.

For example…

abc News - video stream

https://d2gjhy8g9ziabr.cloudfront.net/v ... e_001.m3u8

Now go kill yourself before your next blunder…
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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Paphitis » Sat Mar 12, 2022 2:06 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Here;s a TV Streaming source for ya.

http://www.freeintertv.com/Main/

:lol: What the hell is that crap?

Get it through your thick head that Firefox doesn’t play streams.

For example…

abc News - video stream

https://d2gjhy8g9ziabr.cloudfront.net/v ... e_001.m3u8

Now go kill yourself before your next blunder…


I sent you the link so that you can harvest any links you don't have.

But please do not be concerned with Mozilla. It is far superior and much more user friendly than Classic Tools. And it looks better too.

But it's still not my daily driver. I suppose you can call it one of my 4 daily drivers.

And all of them, have NO ADDS, No Bannaers, No popups, and are locked doe=wn. Plus I can stream all the links you are streaming from.

In addition, I also use KODI and VLC to open those links. All the streams you have, I can access without Classic.

Not that I don't support your efforsts, hence why I send you that link - to help you out.

I just downloaded your browser, and quickly uninstalled the malware, and you do have annoying banners. You have that silly RIP tombstone that pops up with "RIP Banner" or some shit. You know how annoying that is? get rid of it and stop being a smart arse.

A true minimalist wants nothing. And here you come, claiming to block banners and then insert your own banner. :lol: :lol: :lol:

You need to have an excellent product to get me to use Classic. My 2 main ones are Brave, Mozilla, and Chrome. And all of them are fully locked down. Same with Microsoft and its on a local account as well. All telemetry is OFF.

I have no banners, popups, and I even have no adds in YouTube, or Facebook.

I'm talking about NOTHING as in NADA, ZIP, ZERO

In addition I have hardly no spam as I use filters.

And I can play every single steam as well. I actually have a database of over 3000 of them. I can watch every single Cypriot and Greek, or even Turkish channel if I want to. It's not a problem. But when you have access to Netflix, and HBO, then why would I waste my time with RIKSAT. :lol:
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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Get Real! » Sat Mar 12, 2022 2:19 pm

Paphitis wrote:I sent you the link so that you can harvest any links you don't have.

:? :lol:

Hey idiot, I've got a BOT doing the rounds 24/7 for the acquisition of stream URLs, I don’t need someone’s junk site.

It’s like you open your mouth and it’s blunder after blunder… :?
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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Paphitis » Sat Mar 12, 2022 2:28 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:I sent you the link so that you can harvest any links you don't have.

:? :lol:

Hey idiot, I've got a BOT doing the rounds 24/7 for the acquisition of stream URLs, I don’t need someone’s junk site.

It’s like you open your mouth and it’s blunder after blunder… :?


Oh I see. Well good for you.

But I don't need a bot to get all the streams I need. I have so many and the problem here is, I will never use or watch even 5% of them. And I simply don't have the time.

Ive got so much content and there is so much more available that no one could possibly even scratch the service in viewing more than a few of them.

When I was in Australia, I use to use a VPN sewrvice to sidestep the geo locks to access the best American content. Now, I don't even need to do that anymore.

But let me let you down slowly. You don't need to download Classic in order to access any of the content. You can access it all through any browser.

ABC Australia and ABC US included.
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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Get Real! » Sat Mar 12, 2022 2:31 pm

And where the fuck are you going to get a BOT from, you incompetent and insolent clown!

Now fuck off from my thread, steer clear from my browser and just go kill yourself for all I care about you and your stupid opinions.

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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Paphitis » Sat Mar 12, 2022 2:34 pm

Get Real! wrote:And where the fuck are you going to get a BOT from, you incompetent and insolent clown!

Now fuck off from my thread, steer clear from my browser and just go kill yourself for all I care about you and your stupid opinions.

:evil:


Get a bot? Why do I need one?

If I was to build a bot, I'd send it your way to gove you a cyber wedgie. :?

IDIOT!
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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Mar 15, 2022 10:18 pm

Problem accessing D.Telegraph without having to subscribe "for free" solved thanks to the Classic.
Described here and a few posts thereafter.
cyprus47975-1720.html#p916287

Given the admin problems problems I had with my PC I de dusted an old Win7 laptop. It had nothing on it other than Win7 Ultimate. Not even a browser.
The Hosts file located at C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts contained nothing other than instructions how to add hosts.

Backed it up while keeping the original.
Followed GR's instructions to download the content for a new hosts file with Classic.
Main Menu/browser functions/basic setup checklist/step 6
It popped up my hosts file, and loaded the new content on clipboard.
I deleted everything from hosts file and pasted whatever existed on clipboard.
Saved the file and that was it. Then transferred the file to my PC.

Now not only the Classic but also Firefox work without annoying adds, banners, pop ups etc on my PC .

If anyone is interested I can upload the "hosts" file on the cloud and give you a link.
It can be very useful even if you are not using the Classic.
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