Watch Youtube without Flash using Google Chrome


A couple of months ago, I wrote the same thing for Firefox. But what about Google Chrome. Can you do the same thing? You certainly can. One thing nice about it is that Chrome does not depend on Greasemonkey to run userscripts. Let me show you in three easy steps.

First, you need to download Google Chrome Beta not the usual Google Chrome. Here is the link.

Second, go to this site and search for “Watch youtube without Flash.”

Third, install the script and off you go. Its that easy you don’t have to install greasemonkey.

Have fun.

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    • Ben Aldrin Lim
    • October 9th, 2010

    hi, ive been reading your blog and post lately and noticed you were ablre to run windows based apps on your linuz machine, sir may be you can help me, i was wondering if i colud run cafe manila on linux using wine then connect the clients installed on xp machines, will linux accept the incoming ip’s? very mch want to hear from you sir, kindly email me, good work sir, you are one of the reasons why i think filipinos should support one another,

      • badrra
      • November 13th, 2010

      That is possible but always bear in mind that windows Applications running on Linux will always have its limitations. Depending on how it was developed.

      The best way to answer your question is to give it a try. Now I am not too sure what you mean “accepting incoming IP’s” are you referring to a LAN? Please elaborate.

  1. Just two years ago most of the proxy services that were available in the West were also reachable in China.
    I used Secure Tunnel (the free version) but it was basically useless.
    This program works relatively well with online flash games, but I
    did get some lag with games like Left 4 Dead and Half-Life.

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