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    Sydney Morning Herald Website

    I cant seem to get any of the videos to play on this website. Tried in IE and in firefox and tried installing latest flash etc?

    All I get is a big black box.

    Does it happen for anyone else?

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    Probably not a whole lot of help to you but it all loads fine for me, Im using Firefox 3.6 with flash 10.0.45.2 behind our proxy.

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    Probally be something to do with the proxy your working under! do they nornamlly block things like youtube ect? if so then i'd say the proxy server!

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    Right click on the black box and go to properties see if that tells you the path, or look at source code and see if that tells you.

    You will probably find the videos hosted location is blocked by your/lea content filter I.e. YouTube

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