On 2013-11-10 19:38 (GMT+0100) Hendrik Woltersdorf composed:
Felix Miata composed:
> I use http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMLMHJjMN0o
lately to test if
> Youtube works. On my latest 13.1 installation at least, the feature
> video looks like it's trying to run in 4 or 8 color mode in 4:3 aspect
> ratio. On same system, it works as expected both in WinXP (Flash not
> installed) and Fedora 20 (Flash not installed).
> Removing *flash* solves the problem.
> Same for everyone? Should Flash/pullin-flash not
by default be left
How are those
who need Flash available for non-HTML5 sites supposed to
deal with this? Does FlashBlock need to be paired with Flash
I tested your Youtube link and the video works for me.
hendrik@lthendrik:~> rpm -qa | grep Fire
Shockwave Flash 11.2 r202
I am using the radeon driver for the old AMD graphics
card in my test
Beside the standard installation (os 13.1 RC2) I added the
On a different 13.1/KDE4.11.2 system, with rv200 Radeon AGP gfx, without
Flash installed, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMLMHJjMN0o
was working fine.
Then I did zypper in flash-player and rebooted. Afterward, that same URI on
reload painted a black player window initially, which then turned white,
disappearing into the background. No sound played either. About plugins
reported Flash to be installed. I closed FF and installed flash-player-kde4,
reopened FF, the video plays, but about plugins reports no enabled plugins
found. Right clicking the video provides no opportunity to discover what
enables playing the video. :-p
My OP described an installation on a system I do not own, so it may or may
not be available on which to follow up.
On still another 13.1/KDE4.11.2 system, with i845G gfx, without Flash
installed, same URI works in FF ESR17. I closed FF, then zypper in
flash-player flash-player-kde4, and restarted FF. It now behaves poorly,
almost exactly as described in my OP. Instead of a appearing to be 4 or 8 bit
colored 4:3 video, the 4 or 8 bit color is limited to the left half of the
wide aspect video, while the right half is all black, plus about:plugins does
report Flash 18.104.22.1680 is installed.
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