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  1. Josey Wales's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro 19043.985
       #2321

    The video plays just fine for me.
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  2. boombastik's Avatar
    Posts : 402
    Windows 10 X64 latest
       #2322

    I found that in an old nvidia gts 450 the youtube video plays nice. Gtx 970 and intel hd 400 dont plays it. It shows theese green lines.
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  3. Bobby Phoenix's Avatar
    Posts : 495
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #2323

    boombastik said:
    I found that in an old nvidia gts 450 the youtube video plays nice. Gtx 970 and intel hd 400 dont plays it. It shows theese green lines.
    It's a graphics card issue for sure, and not browser issue. I tried it on my other PC (only two years old, the first try was a five year old PC (not that the age should be a factor, but more of what card they use)), and in both Firefox and Chrome I had no issue like in both browsers on the first PC.
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  4. DooGie's Avatar
    Posts : 9,436
    Wndows 10 Pro x64 dev channel
       #2324

    The video corruption is nothing to do with Firefox. I get the same results in IE11, Firefox and Edge.

    Probably a graphics driver issue, however I don't get problems with any other video I play so it's not something I'm worried about.
    Last edited by DooGie; 11 Jul 2019 at 16:21.
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  5. Ground Sloth's Avatar
    Posts : 316
    Windows 10
       #2325

    Josey Wales said:
    You have to use //HTTPS://

    I don't understand what you're telling me I should do.

    If you want Firefox to block insecure passive content on otherwise secure web pages, there is a setting you can change in the configuration editor.
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  6. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 21382
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       #2326
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  7. Josey Wales's Avatar
    Posts : 24,883
    Win 10 Pro 19043.985
       #2327

    Ground Sloth said:
    I don't understand what you're telling me I should do.

    If you want Firefox to block insecure passive content on otherwise secure web pages, there is a setting you can change in the configuration editor.
    You have to use :

    Code:
    https://www.youtube.com/
    It has to be https not just http.
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  8. Ground Sloth's Avatar
    Posts : 316
    Windows 10
       #2328

    Josey Wales said:
    You have to use :

    Code:
    https://www.youtube.com/
    It has to be https not just http.

    Just because the connection between your computer and youtube.com is secure doesn't mean that all the content on the web page is being transmitted over https. There can be content on the web page that is being transmitted over http from other sources. This is usually referred to as "mixed content."

    Mixed content blocking in Firefox | Firefox Help
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  9. Josey Wales's Avatar
    Posts : 24,883
    Win 10 Pro 19043.985
       #2329

    Ground Sloth said:
    Just because the connection between your computer and youtube.com is secure doesn't mean that all the content on the web page is being transmitted over https. There can be content on the web page that is being transmitted over http from other sources. This is usually referred to as "mixed content."

    Mixed content blocking in Firefox | Firefox Help
    It works for me, that is all I can say. Everything in Firefox 68 uses HTPPS.
    I do not use mixed blocking content.
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  10. Ground Sloth's Avatar
    Posts : 316
    Windows 10
       #2330

    Josey Wales said:
    It works for me, that is all I can say. Everything in Firefox 68 uses HTPPS.
    I do not use mixed blocking content.

    If you use Firefox and visited YouTube on Tuesday and/or Wednesday, you should have noticed that the padlock in the address bar wasn't green, but grey with a orange/yellow triangle. Google/YouTube was delivering insecure passive content to Firefox users from gstatic.com.
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