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I have a very similar scenario to yours. I found this on Stack Overflow and it did the trick. Worth a try. Delete all files in /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration and force OS X to recreate new preference files.
Downloading videos can be pretty hit or miss given the number of different video formats, players, server configurations, security settings, etc. I usually start with DownThemAll and FlashGot running in Firefox. The old Miro app seems to only occasionally work.
In addition to fiddling around in Mercury Browser: I found a collection of ugly-looking spammy apps: Video Downloader. I tried the purple one by Appsneon, it seems to work fine. It shows a download button on iOS video player overlay, when browsing through the app. This is more convenient than Mercury Browser's approach. I wish mainstream browsers would ...
It will still take 30 clicks, one for each link, but… Remember that Cmd ⌘ on Mac is usually equivalent to Ctrl ⌃ on Windows. Cmd ⌘ Click will open a link in a new a tab behind the current one, if you click a link. Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ Click will open the new tab & bring it to the front. These are the default settings [iirc] but they can be changed ...
I've been able to 'bypass' the razer option by assigning a keyboard function "backscpace" since backspace is the 'previous' function on most browsers. Hope this helps
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