revBrowser + youtube.com = Crashing?
scott at tactilemedia.com
Thu Jun 24 14:14:07 CDT 2010
Right, thanks for the suggestion. The head-banging aspect to all this is
we're trying to provide a video playback setup that doesn't require any user
setup, and if this can't get resolved we'll likely have to find some
convoluted way to handle the videos.
Anybody else seeing youtube.com + revBrowser crashing on Windows? It would
be quite helpful to know if this affects more than just a small handfull of
Tactile Media, UX Design
Recently, Mike Bonner wrote:
> Yeah, didn't figure you had much option, was just providing the info
> so you could confirm on a non 10.1 machine.
> On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 12:11 PM, Scott Rossi <scott at tactilemedia.com> wrote:
>> Recently, Mike Bonner wrote:
>>> Can you revert to a system with a flash version prior to 10.1? I just
>>> did some experimentation, it was working for me to go to
>>> www.youtube.com but after upgrading to 10.1 and restarting rev and my
>>> test stack, it now does a no log, no error, poof type of crash.
>> I can't use require using an old version because the stack is a commercial
>> app, distributed to folks who may or may not have the latest/greatest
>> version of Flash. In fact, with all the attention given to Flash recently
>> in the press, it's quite likely that people will update to latest version
>> (in fact, a recent FireFox update on my Mac system just announced itself
>> with a giant "YOUR VERSION OF FLASH IS OUT OF DATE AND SHOULD BE UPDATED
>> But the fact that the Flash version may cause the crash is an important
>> discovery. Thanks for looking into this.
>> Scott Rossi
>> Creative Director
>> Tactile Media, UX Design
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