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Ok, thanks to everyone who sent me logs and/or examples I’ve tracked down the issue.

There’s a bunch of new file formats with the audio & video split. I’ll have to account for those. I”m going to try to work on a patch which I hope to have up in a week or so (knock on wood). Stay tuned. So the E10 Apocalypse is fast approaching Firefox addon developers. While it’s hardly idea you should be able to get the plugin working again by disabling e10 (aka multiprocess). Edit: Looks like some users are having to manually set “browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2” to false, even if they don’t have the value. You might also need to set browser.tabs.remote.force-enable to false if you have it.

Then restart Firefox. I’m hoping to get some time later this year to work on e10 support, but it’s a pretty major upgrade. Firefox has a bug where some plugins are disable with invalid signatures even if they’ve been approved by Firefox. 1. 2. 3. Hi all, I’ve got another beta up at This one should actually work. HAPPY CHRISTMAS "WAR IS OVER" - PAVLO & REMIGIO official music video. WAR IS OVER! (If You Want It) John Lennon - Happy Xmas (War Is Over) WAR IS OVER! Dear Friends, The WAR IS OVER!


Campaign was once a tiny seed, which spread and covered the Earth. John and I believed it helped many people to stop their wars. Since then, every WAR IS OVER! Campaign has impacted the world as powerfully as the first one. Start yours tomorrow, and you will see that it spreads and covers the world very fast and, meanwhile, makes you a Small Pebble Person. Small Pebble People are people who know that small pebbles, when they’re dropped in the ocean, will immediately affect the ocean of the whole wide world. Don’t throw a big stone. Just drop a small pebble. Happy Holidays. I love you! Yoko Ono Lennon 11 November 2018 When we stick posters around saying, “WAR IS OVER – If You Want It”, what we’re trying to promote is an awareness in people of how much power they have, and not to rely on the government, or leaders, or teachers so much that they’re all passive or automatons.

Everybody’s looking for goals and answers; the youth especially. John Lennon, 1969 Part One: When the War Is Over - Wikipedia. "When the War Is Over" is a power ballad originally performed by Australian band Cold Chisel on their 1982 album Circus Animals.

When the War Is Over - Wikipedia

The song was written by drummer Steve Prestwich and issued as the third single from the album, peaking at #25 on the national singles chart,[1] and also resurfaced in August 2011 due to download sales (peaking at #82 on the ARIA chart). Cold Chisel version[edit] Author Prestwich said, "I got the first verse of melody and lyric quite spontaneously, and that, coupled with the verse guitar melody, brought it all together. However, I had to write the middle eight in the studio just prior to it being recorded. " [2] Moss described the song as, "a pretty fine example of Steve's songwriting. Cosima De Vito's version[edit] Former Australian Idol contestant Cosima De Vito released a version of the song as a double A-side with the track "One Night Without You" in August 2004.

Track listing[edit] Cosima CD single Other versions[edit] Charts[edit] Amazon. Global Peace Initiative: A Brain-Based Approach to Reducing Violence and Global Conflict. Live Aid In 1984 - Moved by images of young children in Africa dying of starvation, Bob Geldof organized with Midge Ure Band Aid, a "supergroup" of British musicians and singers which recorded the single "Do They Know It's Christmas".

It became the fastest selling single in UK history and raised over £8 million worldwide in funds for emergency aid to Ethiopia. In 1985 - Building on the momentum of Band Aid, the dual Live Aid concerts in London and Philadelphia were held on 13 July. Over a billion and a half people worldwide watched the 16 hour event on television, in which over 60 of the biggest star in rock music performed, and over £100 million was raised for African famine relief.

Live Aid was was organised by Bob Geldof, Midge Ure, Harvey Goldsmith and the Band Aid Trust, in order to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. The concert was conceived as a follow-up to another Geldof/Ure project, the successful charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas? "