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Topic # 151261 19-Aug-2014 17:27
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I thought it was just my computer but I am at a customers house now just testing their broadband speed and noticed they too get the black box in the full screen picture when playing tvnz ondemand 

Does anyone else see it?





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  Reply # 1111466 19-Aug-2014 17:39
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Just tried it, yep exactly same line, tried a couple of different programs, all yes to line.




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  Reply # 1111472 19-Aug-2014 17:47
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FYI, above post was using Firefox 31, just tried in Chrome and all is ok, still line in Firefox, might be flash related as Firefox and Chrome are using different versions.

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  Reply # 1111482 19-Aug-2014 18:06
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I see it using chrome. Very annoying

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  Reply # 1111485 19-Aug-2014 18:12
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I get this as well, only in full screen as you said..


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  Reply # 1111541 19-Aug-2014 19:42
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Yep I get this in Chrome and Firefox - sometimes it works properly if before going full screen I scroll down so that the progress bar is just out of view and then go full screen.

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  Reply # 1111543 19-Aug-2014 19:44
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I've been getting this for a very, very long time, sometimes the black box is where pictured and sometimes it is at the bottom in the center.... very annoying
(Firefox 31, Flash Player version 14.0.0.145, Win7 64Bit)

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  Reply # 1111557 19-Aug-2014 20:04
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Are you using an ad blocker? Probably the issue.

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  Reply # 1111567 19-Aug-2014 20:07
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andrewcnz: Are you using an ad blocker? Probably the issue.


Yep, fixed for me, disabled adblock plus for tvnz, cheers




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  Reply # 1111569 19-Aug-2014 20:10
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Its the play bar from when its on small size. I cant stand it. never figured out how to fix it. I made a thread a while back. No success..




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  Reply # 1111598 19-Aug-2014 20:33
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andrewcnz: Are you using an ad blocker? Probably the issue.


Yep, fixed for me, disabled adblock plus for tvnz, cheers


Oh... That would explain it.




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  Reply # 1111616 19-Aug-2014 21:18
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andrewcnz: Are you using an ad blocker? Probably the issue.

Great - thanks for that; it was getting REALLY annoying, and I just hadn't quite figured that one out.


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