Can anyone hazard a guess at this?
Please? Can anyone perhaps respond just to confirm that my messages are visible to anyone besides myself???
Can anyone recommend a decent forum where someone can get some advice on questions like this then?
It seems that people here only reply if a clear cut black or white answer is applicable and there are 5 or 10 brownie points available and there is very little concept here of helping out ones fellow developer unless it's for such points
This problem has quite literally become the bane of my life for these last few days and seeing as noone is willing to offer even the most basic of advice I'll try this:-
5 POINTS FOR ANY REPLY
10 POINTS FOR ANY REPLY THAT IS EVEN RELEVANT TO MY QUESTION
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Dood.. I see the video of t he Youtube.. paste the code here...probably your companies fire wall is blocking the content.
Thanks so much for the answer. So you think it could be a server problem?
The only thing I have done differently in this application is I have removed the chrome and made it transparent i.e. you can see the desktop through it when you use it.
Could this affect the way videos play?
Anyone else experienced this before or know a solution?
No idea so far, did you try this at home? I would do it on a normal computer / network which does not has any firewalls or filters.
P.S: It worked without much pain for me.
<mx:HTML id="html" visible="false" > </mx:HTML>
Thats all I did
Check the Application Manifest file and make sure that your "Transparent" tag is not set to true. I have experienced this problem today as well and after a lot of digging, I ran into the following website and after I made the change, I was able to load videos and other flash content just fine:
Hope this helps.
I have a similar problem. I can get YouTube videos to render fine. But web pages that use the embed tag to run mp3or wav will not run. Any tips? Is this just a limitation of the HTML component?