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Red Video Frame. Huh?

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#1 siouxdax


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Posted 31 May 2011 - 02:19 PM

Hello all:
Today I was using onlinetvradios.com and was watching some CNN and BBC1, but on some of the channels something else shows. A white-filled red frame with a tiny silver and green play button in the center. This frame appears exactly where the video should be playing. Clicking on the silver and green button changes the area to black. Most of the time nothing happens, but occasionally the feed will appear. All of this in Firefox 4.0.1.

Has anyone else seen this behavior on sites displaying video? Know anything about it? Is this plug-in, add-on, something-else-related?

Any input is very much appreciated.

Kind Regards,
Daniel in Tulsa
(aka siouxdax)

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