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It seems to me that this is a problem Mozilla has to deal with.

Guys, Chrome has absolutely no problems with the same pages on HTML5 youtube.

With You Tube HTML5 mode ( ) enabled, any video played with the HTML5 player will give me a unresponsive script error on "Script: GWJlj H.js:58" Note that not all videos play on the HTML5 player. v=cdg Qpa1p UUE Howard Forum Wiki gives me unresponsive script error as well. title=Android Wiki: About and click on the Discussion tab and I get an error from "Script: With You Tube HTML5 mode ( ) enabled, any video played with the HTML5 player will give me a unresponsive script error on "Script: GWJlj H.js:58" Note that not all videos play on the HTML5 player. v=cdg Qpa1p UUE Howard Forum Wiki gives me unresponsive script error as well. title=Android Wiki: About and click on the Discussion tab and I get an error from "Script: I guess You Tube did some "upgrade" that didn't go quite well.

tried downgrading to 13 but for some reason the problem came with, probably because i didnt do a full uninstall and erase of settings. if you read the script error it always has to do with html5 so i figured that was the issue. tried downgrading to 13 but for some reason the problem came with, probably because i didnt do a full uninstall and erase of settings. if you read the script error it always has to do with html5 so i figured that was the issue. I had the same "Unresponsive script" popup with the YT HTML5 player using Firefox 11.0 on Ubuntu (10.10).

In order to fix this problem go on the HTML5 page ( ) at the bottom of the page, you will see "You are currently in the HTML5 trial." and "Leave the HTML5 Trial".

Click on the second option and you will get rid of this error. I thought it was a flash 11.3 error, but realized it was not after I had uninstalled the flash player and was still able to view videos (after waiting for the script to load, 20 seconds or so) on youtube. I thought it was a flash 11.3 error, but realized it was not after I had uninstalled the flash player and was still able to view videos (after waiting for the script to load, 20 seconds or so) on youtube.

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Disabling HTML5 is a temporary solution, but this just puts us back to the other ugly situation where Firefox crushes and burns on every second flash video.

It seems to me that this is a problem Mozilla has to deal with. You Tube broke this and (as far as I know) they're working on it to fix this.

This problem has nothing to do with the update to Firefox 14.0.1, it's also broken in Firefox 13 (I checked). You Tube broke this and (as far as I know) they're working on it to fix this.

:-( The HTML5 player works with Chrome v20.0.1132.43 though ... And on the same computer with the same installed plugins ( versions) this worked without a problem just a few days ago (I guess the problem started occuring sometime yesterday or maybe the day before that ... In order to fix this problem go on the HTML5 page ( ) at the bottom of the page, you will see "You are currently in the HTML5 trial." and "Leave the HTML5 Trial".

Click on the second option and you will get rid of this error.

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