[Xerte] Re: Youtube videos workaround?
reijnders at tor.nl
Thu Jun 13 21:36:01 BST 2013
The reason it doesn't work anymore is out of our control. We were using
the google YouTube player for ActionScript 2, and Google announced that
they would switch off the actionscript 2 player in september 2012.
Op 13-6-2013 10:18, Julian Tenney schreef:
> You should upgrade. You're three versions behind.
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> *Sent:* 12 June 2013 19:46
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> *Subject:* [Xerte] Youtube videos workaround?
> I have the same problem as Cuna (youtube's stuck on 'Player Loading'
> message after the latest Flash player upgrade). We are on toolkits 1.7
> and upgrading this immediately to the latest is not an option.
> Is there any workaround to this (other than convert the videos to run
> via the FLV icon)?
> What version of the Flash player is on the affected machines?
> I recently heard of a Flash upgrade causing and issue with the YT
> player model.
> From: Cuna.Ekmekcioglu at ed.ac.uk <mailto:Cuna.Ekmekcioglu at ed.ac.uk>
> To: xerte at lists.nottingham.ac.uk <mailto:xerte at lists.nottingham.ac.uk>
> Date: Fri, 7 Jun 2013 11:12:32 +0100
> Subject: [Xerte] [XOT v1.7] YouTube videos not displaying
> We have XOT v1.7 installed on our server and have just found out that
> none of the YouTube videos are displaying. They hang saying 'Player
> loading... (screenshot attached)':
> Is it only us or has anyone else experienced the same problem?
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