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V.T. Eric Layton

https://www.youtube....h?v=xEhaVhta7sI

 

http://youtu.be/xEhaVhta7sI

 

OK, full link (the one in the address window of the browser) posts as a hyperlink. The Share link (the one in the Share box below the video on YouTube) auto-posts on the boare with the UBB [media ] [/media ] tags.

 

It's this latter than I cannot see with Chromium/Chrome once it's posted here. It's just a blank spot in the post box.

 

I'm going to check this with Opera and Firefox right now.

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V.T. Eric Layton

OK, I can see the embedded video with Opera and Firefox, so I guess the IP.Board folks are right. It's a Chrome issue. :(

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V.T. Eric Layton

And yet, embedded Youtube vids work fine in Chromium/Chrome on any non-IP.Board site. That still makes it an IP.Board issue, I would think.

 

Searched online for over an hour now. Can't find anything that fixes this. :(

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Robert

Could it be an http vs https problem?

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V.T. Eric Layton

I thought about that, Robert. However, I have the same issue in Chromium/Chrome with all my extensions disabled, including https everywhere. :(

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LilBambi

Maybe a corrupted installation?

 

Maybe uninstall, then download and reinstall?

 

Maybe remove the .folder/files before installing again.

 

Suggest you sync your bookmarks at the very least with your GMail address sign on before doing that.

 

Also suggest you try true Google Chrome and not Chromium, if you are using Chromium.

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V.T. Eric Layton

Nah... can't be. I experience the same issue in Chromium/Chrome in all of my systems... main, laptop, and shop. :(

 

Can you see the embedded Youtube vid above in your Chrome, Fran?

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There are two methods in that post above: a raw link to the vid and an embedded player link. I can see the raw link, but not the embedded one. The later is just a blank area in the post box, like a bunch of carriage returns.

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V.T. Eric Layton

Nope. Still not working for me, Josh. However, if you got any Chrome/Chromium updates in Arch, I won't see them till I re-compile a new version from source in my Slackware.

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LilBambi

It's worth the compiling time Eric.

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Oh, yeah... I know. I'll get to it.. or I'll snarf it off Eric Hameleers' server as soon as he compiles it. ;)

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OK, all updated...

 

Chromium --> Version 38.0.2125.101 (290379) (64-bit)

 

Chrome --> Version 38.0.2125.101 (64-bit)

 

HEY! I can see the embedded Youtube vid above. COOL! :)

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LilBambi

Awesome! :yes:

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V.T. Eric Layton

https://youtu.be/_W-fIn2QZgg

 

Umm... the board seems to have stopped auto-parsing video URLS again. It won't even display videos using the media tags? What's up?

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https://youtu.be/_W-fIn2QZgg

 

Hmm... updated Chromimium and Chrome. Still no joy.

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LilBambi

 

Chrome broke it for me too.

 

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V.T. Eric Layton
:(

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sunrat

Try changing https to http and see if it works.

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V.T. Eric Layton

 

Well, when I do http instead of https, I get a gray box with a puzzle piece in it that says "This plug-in not supported."

 

:(

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V.T. Eric Layton

Working now. My pepperflash in chromium became corrupted somehow. A re-install fixed it. :)

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LilBambi

Did you reinstall pepperflash or chromium to fix?

 

And for any who are wondering, this may be a Linux only situation. Will have to check Windows and Mac later.

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V.T. Eric Layton

Just the pepperflash. :)

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V.T. Eric Layton

Youtube test...

 

Raw Youtube link from browser address window:

 

 

Share link from the Youtube Share button:

 

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V.T. Eric Layton

Yo, Mods...

 

It seems Youtube embedding is not working again. :(

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Robert

I recently uninstalled the flash player work around that made YouTube work in Firefox on Ubuntu. Now viewing embedded videos does not work here for me either. Amazon Prime and Hulu videos do not work anymore either.

 

Using Chrome on Ubuntu it all works fine here, on Amazon, and everywhere else I checked except Hulu.

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V.T. Eric Layton

Embedding test using [ media]video URL[ /media] (no spaces and no https):

 

http://youtu.be/mZKUmLoSSuM

 

There we go. That worked. :)

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Embedding test using [ media]video URL[ /media] (no spaces and no https):

 

http://youtu.be/mZKUmLoSSuM

 

There we go. That worked. :)

 

Not for me... I didn't even see the link until I quoted your message above. Chrome 64bit.

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LilBambi

I saw it the first time Eric posted it in 64-bit Chrome. :thumbup:

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