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I can't help myself; I have to ask. Why the fascination with fast-food joints?
...like mcdonalds.com burgerking, tacobell, pizza hut, dominos...
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Posted 03 December 2007 - 11:41 AM
Good job, Paige!
It finally worked for me
Posted 03 December 2007 - 05:25 PM
Since I do want to keep Flash on my machine for offline viewing, this would appear to be the perfect solution for me, and perhaps for others who dislike Flash.
Flash Killer: Macromedia Flash can be used to display animated interfaces on websites, animations, and other "Flash" content. Unfortunately, advertisers have begun to use Flash as a method for creating annoying and distracting content. And some users that wish to keep Flash off of their computers altogether have found it troublesome to prevent every website that uses Flash from installing it. Flash Killer can set the kill bit for the Macromedia Flash control (versions 4.x, 5.x, or 6.x) - preventing the installation completely and disabling it if it is already installed. Reversing this procedure is easy.
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