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Topic # 92784 5-Nov-2011 22:27
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It starts playing on its own, with sound (as loud as possible it seems) and the sound off option is ineffective.





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  Reply # 541581 6-Nov-2011 00:43
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I love my sony tablet s :-P





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  Reply # 541609 6-Nov-2011 09:00
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Interesting... I know it starts on its own, but I have not experienced the "sound on". In my experience (with Chrome, IE and Firefox) it always starts but with no sound at all.

We wouldn't have allowed it otherwise.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 541612 6-Nov-2011 09:06
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It plays automatically without sound. On IE/Chrome. No issues.

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  Reply # 541615 6-Nov-2011 09:09
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And I hav just started it, turned sound on, and then off, no problems.

Are you using the latest Chrome, or the latest Flash for other browsers?






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  Reply # 541669 6-Nov-2011 12:50
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11,0,1,152 installed according to the adobe site.

Started without sound and the control works in IE - so it could just be some weird firefox thing. Tried it on 2 browser profiles and the same thing happened. Firefox is 7.0.1





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