It requires Flash but is not part of it.Sarah wrote:Text-enhance seems to be part of Shockwave Flash plugin. When I disable it, no more text-enhance, but the problem is, without Shockwave flash, there are alot of sites that don't show properly. GRRRR.....I can't get AdBlock to work on Firefox 12.0 so I have no idea what to do.
mkdigital wrote:This is a new one for me. A word is highlighted and appears to look like a link however if you hover over it or your mouse fly's across the word an annoying ad pops up. I am on this site: http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/german/lj/ . This is not the only site that I have encountered this though. So how do we stop this pop up from popping up. I have ensured that the filters I use are up to date, as of this morning after first encountering this phenomenon.
antmoose wrote:I found that it's something I inadvertently installed when downloading a video codec called codec-c. It tried to get me to download a bunch of unwanted software during the installation, but I didn't accept any of it -- however, after I downloaded it, Text Enhance suddenly appeared, to wreck my browsing experience. I clicked on the wrench (I use Chrome as my browser), went to tools > extensions and disabled codec-c. Voilà, no more Text Enhance annoyance. I suppose that also means some video sites won't work for me, since I disabled the codec. But I can live with that.
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