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Old 01-23-2021, 06:19 AM
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As one more point of reference, all my Apple devices work fine using Safari or Firefox. Sorry you are having problems. Sounds like a personal or local issue. Can you contact you’re provider’s Tech Support so they can walk you through troubleshooting?
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Old 01-23-2021, 06:37 AM
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Glad you're back into your important web sites...

When you're ready to go again, it would be worthwhile
to look into flash...

https://www.adobe.com/products/flash...d-of-life.html

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I have been having same issue. I just put a direct link and forget about the brackets.
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Glad you're back into your important web sites...

When you're ready to go again, it would be worthwhile
to look into flash...

https://www.adobe.com/products/flash...d-of-life.html

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After the last issue -i was wary of doing his.
today, I did it. followed the rules downloaded the uninstaller, restarted.
The issue persists. I simply cannot open you tube videos from
this or other fora.
No issue on YouTube itself.

I am using W10 with latest issue of Firefox.

If anyone can help I'd be grateful.

This is getting rather tiresome.
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Old 01-29-2021, 12:40 PM
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Well, I tred that and it seems to worki, but I've lost by sigh in detain from evey website ! Got any more suggestiions ?
You can be more granular about clearing your browser history in the future. Most browsers offer the ability to keep form fields and passwords but clear image and page caches.

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After the last issue -i was wary of doing his.
today, I did it. followed the rules downloaded the uninstaller, restarted.
The issue persists. I simply cannot open you tube videos from
this or other fora.
No issue on YouTube itself.

I am using W10 with latest issue of Firefox.

If anyone can help I'd be grateful.

This is getting rather tiresome.
If you can help isolate the issue by trying to access it in Chrome, that would help folks understand if the issue is particular to the browser or something else.
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Old 01-29-2021, 01:02 PM
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yup that one failed too :

"An error occurred. Please try again later. (Playback ID: VCxV6omQPdt7x5mg)
Learn More"


It is now happening on every video, on both my 'puters using firefox.

If I click on the video - this happens but if I click on the link above it, that works. I don't think it is anything to do with the AGF as I'm having the same issues elswhere.

Dunno if it is firefox, Windows 10, or Y/T or what.

Just wondering if anyone else has expeienced the same issues.


mmmm, I just duplicated this on "edge" (whatever that is) and didn't have the issue, maybe its firefox?
I sometimes post embedded youtube links in another (non-guitar related) forum. Lately, follow on posts from England have complained that the links are not working for them. I have tried providing the raw link, but that doesn't seem to help.

The solution a few of these folks have come up with is to use a VPN service, but select the connect server location in another country.

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Old 01-29-2021, 01:09 PM
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I sometimes post embedded youtube links in another (non-guitar related) forum. Lately, follow on posts from England have complained that the links are not working for them. I have tried providing the raw link, but that doesn't seem to help.

The solution a few of these folks have come up with is to use a VPN service, but select the connect server location in another country.

Tony
Nice. I highly recommend Express VPN for this. I use it to stream bike races...
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Old 01-30-2021, 08:52 AM
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I tried to post a YouTube link yesterday here and it didn't work. I've posted before successfully. Some kind of error.

I just tried it again now. One YouTube song linked in correctly but the Darrell Braun (guitar YouTuber) video gave an error. Perhaps he has a setting on his channel to prohibit posting embedded videos?
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