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youtube playlist autoplay feature doesn't work in firefox.

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I am using Firefox 32.0.3, the latest version and i am experiencing problems in youtube playlist, with autoplay. In the playlist i click "play all" but the play stops after current song. I tried this with all addons disabled and same thing. I have the latest flash and java. Is working in Internet Explorer. Please help me with this.

I am using Firefox 32.0.3, the latest version and i am experiencing problems in youtube playlist, with autoplay. In the playlist i click "play all" but the play stops after current song. I tried this with all addons disabled and same thing. I have the latest flash and java. Is working in Internet Explorer. Please help me with this.

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Hi beeetoon, Can you please provide the url where this is happening to make sure that the url includes the autoplay portion of the url? If not also make sure that auto play is turned on. Use the QuickTime plugin to play audio and video

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Chosen Solution

Hi beeetoon, Can you please provide the url where this is happening to make sure that the url includes the autoplay portion of the url? If not also make sure that auto play is turned on. Use the QuickTime plugin to play audio and video

Hi beeetoon, Can you please provide the url where this is happening to make sure that the url includes the autoplay portion of the url? If not also make sure that auto play is turned on. [[Use the QuickTime plugin to play audio and video]]

Question owner

Hi,

Thank you for response. The autoplay was ok. The problem was solved by itself, i think was something by youtube.

thanks again.

Hi, Thank you for response. The autoplay was ok. The problem was solved by itself, i think was something by youtube. thanks again.
user1107296 0 solutions 10 answers

Win XP SP3 Firefox 35.0.1 youtube playlst will cause USB mouse to freeze. This is not a wireless mouse. No hardware issues on OS no malware. All other possibilities of any hardware or software related problems have been ruled out. Possibly scripts running on web page or flash related incompatibility. I just wanted to give a heads up that it runs deeper than you think with Windows. Linux works great btw.

Win XP SP3 Firefox 35.0.1 youtube playlst will cause USB mouse to freeze. This is not a wireless mouse. No hardware issues on OS no malware. All other possibilities of any hardware or software related problems have been ruled out. Possibly scripts running on web page or flash related incompatibility. I just wanted to give a heads up that it runs deeper than you think with Windows. Linux works great btw.