Ok, so, here it goes:
The problem is tied to the fact that I have to use "standard" NON-ACCELERATED video (via ATY.Franklin) on a Snow Leopard 10.6.8.
My video card is a HD Radeon 2900 Pro so its NOT supported. And yet I just need to stick to it for a while.
Now ... about video. I can see+hear VIMEO, I can see+hear Apple's Quicktime trailers.
On Youtube all I see is a black window (sound is Ok).
And yet, on sites with "older" flv files, I can see them.
Not in full screen, of course :-) but I can still see & hear them
So I think this has to do with the "Enable Hardware Acceleration" setting in Flash.
But I simply can't change it. I can get to the Flash settings window , via right-clicking on the movie. But the mouse pointer just flickers over the settings window. The setting itself won't change no matter how many times I click on the checkbox.
I also tried to change it using the keyboard. I pressed TAB until I got to the checkbox. But even if the setting is selected, I can't change it.
So my question is: Which config file do I have to edit (even if root mode is required, I don't care) in order to disable that damn setting ?
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