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Old 28. May 2010, 01:04 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by vasa1 View Post
J.L. and other experts, do you know if FlashBlock (for Chrome) blocks the download (and so saves on bandwidth) or merely prevents the display? The little write-up in the link above didn't mention what exactly is achieved as far as I could tell.
I guess I should be able to work this out myself .

Open a "flashy" site once with FlashBlock on and "save all" to disk as blockon, and once with FlashBlock off and "save all" to disk as blockoff.

An examination of what is in the saved folders of blockon and blockoff should give me my answer. If they're both the same , if blockon has fewer files .
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