> I don't think it's FF per se, it's the video driver being used by the
Don't think it is the video driver. On my computer I'm running the
nvidia binary. Logging in as Guest I can watch; using my account I
can't. Same computer. Same video. Odd thing about this is that there
is no directory for the Guest account ... not sure if that would make
a difference. Oh, just created a new account on my computer. It has a
small firefox directory, etc. And TED works. But, try as I might it
will not work from my home directory.
I do have a .adobe directory in my home. Just deleted that and
restarted FF. Nope, no ted video. Mind you, just about any other video
stuff I watch works fine.
All very strange!
So, it's not xfce. It's not the video driver. Not Firefox. And, not a
profile issue (I created a new profile in my ff and got the same
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