quiller, we do need to get to the bottom of the video problem. Post videos here for testing, and when you find one, let me know and I'll investigate further...
For some reason now, the "thumbnail" (or reduced-size) YouTube screen *DOES* show up in the finished post, and also stays there after the thread and browser are closed and reopened. The "thumb" does flicker briefly and shows the you-botched-it image we HAD been seeing before, but then it goes to the desired YouTube post. I suppose that's being unrealistically optimistic to say the issue is fixed...for now.There IS a new build of Simple Machines out there, and a bunch of add-ons that may include a more permanent fix. I can't understand a great deal of it but recommend you give it a shot and see what comes up.Oh. One thing. I was getting this on my Windows 7 machine. I don't own an Amiga.
Weird. Let me know if this starts happening again. For now, am I correct in assuming there is no video problem?We're running the latest version of SMF stable. If you think we're behind, please let me know.Regarding your version of Windows, maybe make sure you're running the latest version of your virus software. Could be that has something to do with it.
I read even MacCafee can't recognize virus issues embedded in youtube apps.Ohhh, the irony!!!
He should probably clean his cookies and cache, at least every 30 minutes, just to be safe. He has the Rock Hudson of computers...
My cookies and cache get cleaned every time I close my browser. On a Windows 7 Pro machine.
I cleared absolutely everything and returned here, signed in again, and got the same image both with "https" and with "http" in the URL. Evidently, Thumper managed to fix the issue.
I know, you do have a top of the line virus distribution system:http://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2014/05/12/windows-7-and-windows-vista-more-at-risk-to-viruses-than-windows-xp-says-microsoft/Also, make sure if you share files with someone, you let them know you could be a carrier, since MicroSoft says your system, in particular, is the most at risk to viruses more than any other system in use, for any operating system, in the world.