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    Default Re: Video player in Firefox not working

    Quote Originally Posted by Maximillium
    malcolmlewis;2479077 Wrote:
    > Hi
    > Switch to html5?
    > 'YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.' (http://www.youtube.com/html5/)


    Looks interesting. How would I participate in the trial? Aren't we
    supposed to get all our software from the repository?

    Still a noob, here.

    Hi
    Down the bottom of the link I gave, just select to join the beta and it
    saves a cookie to use html5 rather than flash....

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    Default Re: Video player in Firefox not working

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Down the bottom of the link I gave, just select to join the beta and it
    saves a cookie to use html5 rather than flash....
    Thanks, Malcolm - I'll give it a try

    Heh - I just discovered I'm already in the trial. Some browsers that support HTML5 are automatically put in the trial by a cookie that tells it to use HTML5.

    Meantime, back at the ranch, I tried re-activating some extensions and immediately crashed, to it's going to be activate-crash activate-crash until I figure out which, etc.

    Onward....

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    Default Re: Video player in Firefox not working

    Have you removed Gnash? That maybe your problem, like Caf said don't use both.
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    Default Re: Video player in Firefox not working

    Quote Originally Posted by Sagemta View Post
    Have you removed Gnash? That maybe your problem, like Caf said don't use both.
    Hi Sagemta; yes, Gnash gone. Seems to be running on HTML5 at the moment.

    Only had a couple of crashes today, still experimenting.

    I still believe this has something to do with Firefox, when going from v14.0.0 to v14.0.1

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