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Well, you can read the specs from my sig.

I have no problems, batching videos for 3 days, downloading 24/7 at 5MB/s, not a problem.

 

The only problem i have, when i open a playlist in youtube, and switch to another tab, after one video ends, i need to visit the tab again, to get the following video to load.

This happens to every video playlist.

 

Tell me what you need, will provide it.

 

Crashplayer and Safari are up-to-date.

 

Problem does not exist in Firefox.

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Same problem for me. It happens in Chrome as well

 

I think it could be an issue with webkit

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