Well we warned that our Decimation Project was about to rear it's head again and it begins this time with a couple of long standing girls.
Last Updated on Sunday, March 27, 2022 by Midlands Maidens
An Edge Workaround
Following our post on the Edge browser, we were really annoyed at how it wouldn’t play videos. Here is an Edge workaround to solve it!
You just know that you’re going to have problems when in the Microsoft Edge settings it mentions that ‘all cookies and trackers are blocked on secure websites’.
You also know that you’re going to have problems when the Microsoft ‘gurus’ haven’t got a clue what you’re on about, and keep spouting generic cut/paste replies.
And finally, you know that you’re going to run into problems when your personal settings contain more upsells than a GoDaddy account.
Our original post on the Edge browser did nothing to allay these problems, so this morning we decided to find a solution to video playing, that will probably last until the next Microsoft update.
1) Open your Microsoft Edge browser, and click on the three dots at the top right:
2) Look for the ‘settings’ gear icon near the bottom and click on it to open the settings:
3) Enter ‘tracking’ into the search box and make sure that ‘BASIC’ is selected:
4) That should do it, just close your settings and videos should now be playable on Microsoft Edge!
To celebrate having found an Edge workaround for playing videos, here’s an embedded video from Google Drive of Kim Basinger getting her kit off from our ‘Sploshing’ post:
This post is dedicated to those few people that point blank refuse to change over from Internet Explorer or Edge, and use a better browser such as Chrome or Firefox instead.
Edge is actually using a version of Chrome – ‘chromium’ – for its new browsers, and yet they’ve STILL managed to fuck it up.
Ah well, abandon all hope all ye who enter here, unless you find the solution in the Midlands Maidens Blog.