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MBP 6,2 :: Google Chrome 13.0.782.32 beta :: Adobe Flash Player 10,3,181,26

UPDATE: only Youtube is affected. Vimeo, other flash, etc. all works great.

Hello. I recently had to hard reboot my MBP. After that, I could not watch Youtube videos or (I believe) other flash enabled content.

The videos appear transparent, as if there were a "hole" in my browser (Chrome) such that I could see through the hole and see my desktop.

I've attached a picture (just picked a random video)

enter image description here Thanks.

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closed as too localized by Nifle, Sathya Jul 5 '11 at 16:54

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Interesting cool bug. – soandos Jun 30 '11 at 2:14

Actually I figured it out -- I was running a beta version of chrome (v13.x.x...). I uninstalled the beta version and installed v12 -- everything is working again.

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