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Twitter videos - "the media could not be played" - Solution

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In case other have come across this, the problem was due to the FlashBlock 1.5.18.1-signed add-on. The solution was to add:

amp.twimg.com

to the FlashBlock whitelist.

(I appreciate that this is not directly a Mozilla issue, but the FlashBlock add-on is a very useful one, and for some, it is invaluable)

Feel free to mark this "solved"

In case other have come across this, the problem was due to the FlashBlock 1.5.18.1-signed add-on. The solution was to add: amp.twimg.com to the FlashBlock whitelist. (I appreciate that this is not directly a Mozilla issue, but the FlashBlock add-on is a very useful one, and for some, it is invaluable) Feel free to mark this "solved"
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Thank you for the heads up. Feel free to tackle other support issues in the forums as well, we can use your help!

Thank you for the heads up. Feel free to tackle other support issues in the forums as well, we can use your help!