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+RNDM_STRNGR    10,582

Probably already said, but I disabled https everywhere add-on in Firefox and all the YouTube videos display here fine.

i did not.  and yet today they started to display fine, just like they used to a week ago.

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Barney T.    2,415

i did not.  and yet today they started to display fine, just like they used to a week ago.

 

I just did it a few minutes ago and they all displayed properly again after I couldn't see them. Just an idea.... (Y)

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+RNDM_STRNGR    10,582

I just did it a few minutes ago and they all displayed properly again after I couldn't see them. Just an idea.... (Y)

 

i already said that was my idea! and everything is working fine again. maybe you misunderstood my post as to referring  to someone else:

 

today they started to display fine

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Barney T.    2,415

^ You get credit for that idea... totally! (Y) Just explaining that it worked for me too.

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+Anarkii    2,258

No real solution for Chrome, it used to work with Chrome up until about 2 weeks ago then stopped. Im guessing I should just use the site in http mode instead now.

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FiB3R    1,663

Disabling https everywhere didn't change anything for me, and I don't have anything like that installed for Chrome.

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Krome    204

Disabling https everywhere didn't change anything for me, and I don't have anything like that installed for Chrome.

I just want you guys to know that the embedded YouTube does not show on Waterfox 37.0.1.  This is one of the reason why I stick with Waterfox 35.  After version 35 nothing works right anymore cos of the security put in the browser.

 

Like what Neobond mention, I suspected to be exactly that.  Jacob Appelbaum mention that Google Chrome browser are not very conforming to this new security model concept.  He said that only Firefox seem to work with him about this security.  So I don't think I would rely on Chrome much for security.

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FiB3R    1,663

So... any plans regarding this issue, bar users disabling https, or having to allow insecure content every time?

 

Thanks.

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