I have increased my browser cache, but have not used the player since. I’ll see how I get on.
I feel it should be possible to find the .flv file in FF cache so I have upped the storage there to 750mb, which should be enough - I think.
Do you find the files stream continues even when it’s paused - my router stops flashing after a minute or so - So I assume it’s not continuing to feed thru. If you get what I mean. (like I said about youtube - you can seed it continue to feed)
I’ll be interested on your reporting back on this when you have time. It’s kind of bugging me now - you know how it is - we like to have things just so.
It was a couple of months or so ago, I sent a message to the BBC making some suggestions, having first given them a little praise for including Linux, one thing I suggested was a Watch in High Quality. Only it’s a struggle to watch - keeps pausing to catch up. The beeb is only feeding me at a trickle. I can open a .iso download in another window at the same time - and it will scream down at near my max ,adsl max 8mb - entanet. So it’s not my line. I’m v. close to my exchange.
hmm, appears it’s not the beeb at fault this time. Even tried it out on the neighbours line & windows machine ( not mine, no windows here,except the glass type ) same problem in firefox,wasn’t caching,so it appears to be a firefox & flash thing. Seamonkey in windows caches as i expected.
Have you got the latest version ? check about:config & make sure the cache is set correctly there, once found i had set the cache for 100mb & checked about:config & that showed 10mb.Also check your version of flash,mine is 9.0r124