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resolved Cannot view embedded YouTube videos on Google IO website

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7 hours ago, AndroidDeveloperLB said:

Example:

https://events.google.com/io/schedule/?section=may-17&sid=e94cd4fd-a2d3-4922-8d29-5f639f165448&track=android

 

Version: 5.0.4.2000 on Windows 10 OS

 

EDIT: after duplicating its tab, it works somehow..

Although it didn't work even after duplicating the tab, it did work after switching to retro and then back to ultra. It did not work in retro.

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6 hours ago, PHYR said:

Although it didn't work even after duplicating the tab, it did work after switching to retro and then back to ultra. It did not work in retro.

Worked fine for me the very first time and again right now in Ultra Mode.

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13 minutes ago, No.1MaxthonFan said:

Worked fine for me the very first time and again right now in Ultra Mode.

Same.

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9 hours ago, No.1MaxthonFan said:

Worked fine for me the very first time and again right now in Ultra Mode.

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The video doesn't have this device as an image...

 

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2 hours ago, AndroidDeveloperLB said:

The video doesn't have this device as an image...

 

It most certainly does, when Tim Murray starts speaking he mentions improving the performance of the Pixel phone.  It comes up at :27  He then goes on to talk about running at 60FPS, etc.

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I've now tried this several times over the past couple of days and it continues to play fine in ultra mode. Whether it was a UA change that caused the initial problem, I'm not sure.

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also no issue here with default UA, ultra mode.

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On 5/21/2017 at 0:44 PM, No.1MaxthonFan said:

It most certainly does, when Tim Murray starts speaking he mentions improving the performance of the Pixel phone.  It comes up at :27  He then goes on to talk about running at 60FPS, etc.

ok.

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