All Downton Abbey links not recognizing IQS & Greasemonkey

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Heli
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All Downton Abbey links not recognizing IQS & Greasemonkey

Post#1 » Sun Nov 02, 2014 11:29 am

Using Firefox and WIN 7

All attempts to download or stream Downton Abbey episodes results in the twin boxes appearing asking if I want to auto-run or manual-run the script.

All other links I've tried to download have worked fine.

Any idea why Downton Abbey links in all seasons don't seem to "see" Greasemonkey and IQS?


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Heli
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Re: All Downton Abbey links not recognizing IQS & Greasemonk

Post#2 » Sun Nov 02, 2014 3:20 pm

My previous post wasn't quite right. Further mucking about reveals that if I click on a link on the face page, the download/stream process works as it should.

If I search for a link or go to "movies added" and click on a link from there and select any of the hosts, I get the auto-run or manually run script options.

Greasemonkey is installed and enabled and IQS 6.2 is installed obviuosly. What the heck is going on here??


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Heli
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Re: All Downton Abbey links not recognizing IQS & Greasemonkey

Post#3 » Sun Nov 01, 2015 9:49 am

Ive waited nearly a year now with no answer. Guess that should tell me something.

Eventually found solution on my own. Bottom line is, Icefilms' download links are often buggy or impossible to us.

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Re: All Downton Abbey links not recognizing IQS & Greasemonkey

Post#4 » Sun Nov 01, 2015 12:00 pm

Remove IQS run Ccleaner Registry Cleaner reboot Reinstall.
If that doesn't work then Rest FireFox
If that doesn't work then backup FireFox uninstall FF and Start over.

Sorry no one caught this post sooner.

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