Why Youtube playback quality settings aren’t permanent!?

So, Google, why the hell aren’t video quality settings permanent per computer? If you store all the shit in cookies, how hard is it to store video quality setting for playback on each computer used? I want all videos be played in 1080p for desktop and 720p for Windows tablet and laptop. But there is no way to set this as a permanent setting. WHY!?

And with HTML5 which is now enforced in Firefox 37 or latest Chrome, it keeps on switching it down to stupid 360p. WHY!? Why can’t your dumb service remember something this simple? I even have it enabled in settings (the “I have fast connection” crap).

I used to have Youtube HD add-on which only works with Adobe Flash. And it worked flawlessly. But now I have to deal with this HTML5 rubbish crap.

And lets don’t forget it fucks up window size and position when switching between windowed and full screen and I have to watch that damn notification popup every single time. WHY!?

Only ok thing out of all this nonsense is that 60 fps videos now work in Firefox. Fix this shit Google. Now! It’s annoying as hell.

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