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Inattentive Driver there.

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Post is causing a strange problem

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When I click on Speakeasy and bring up the list, the sound from this video begins to play within a couple of seconds and I cannot turn it off without leaving SE. Weird.

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I've seen that happen.

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It was a bad version of Flash. Try to update that.

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Bingo...but it's not Flash

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It's YouTube HTML5. When I switch to Flash, this doesn't happen. I'll need to see there's an update to this one. It seems that FF updates often break some of its add-ons.

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Including the ability to

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preview and submit posts without error messages maybe.

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Looks like I'm wrong

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It appears to be connected to the FF HTML5 "Video Everywhere" extension as well. More investigation needed.

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Thanks. I'll remember that.

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My idea was from the symptom and past experiences. It was an annoying bug in which the audio would keep playing even when you exited the browser.

Anyhow, drag on. (nod to United and truckers.)

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