Regardless of your ‘auto play’ setting, Amazon Prime Video displays a “Next Up” box bottom right, with movie artwork, on reaching the credit offset point; because, after spending perhaps more than two hours watching a film, who doesn’t want immediately want to start another?
Here’s the adblock rule you need:
(i.e. you’re blocking div.nextUpWrapper)
It’s worth noting the version of MySQL that comes installed with Acquia Dev Desktop 2 (5.6.41-84.1) is still 32-bit (unlike PHP which is now 64-bit). Recently I was testing with a particularly large database and found it kept crashing with things like:
‘MySQL server has gone away’
Lost connection to MySQL server at ‘reading authorization packet’
Intensive operations such as Drupal-to-Drupal migration tended to trigger this.
I used MySQLTuner but the changes made little difference so then it occurred to me the 32-bit version simply wasn’t up to it, so I installed the latest 64-bit mariadb from homebrew instead and moved the relevant databases over to that (I have mariadb running on port 3306 and Dev Desktop’s MySQL on it’s default 33067).
So far it’s been stable.
Scenario: large Drupal 7 site where cache is extremely slow or fails to clear…
drush cc all
…and eventually PHP runs out of memory (“cannot allocate”).
Check Drush is using the correct version of PHP, it may not be – use
drush status or, more simply:
$ which drush
$ vim /Applications/DevDesktop/tools/drush
# edit the PHP version: [ -z "$PHP_ID" ] && PHP_ID=php7_1