Channel 4 OD?

  hiwatt 14 Aug 10
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Hi folks.Does anyone here use the channel 4 OD streaming site.It's like bbc iplayer.I can't get any of the programs to play though.It just keeps saying loading content but nothing happens.I've tried it on both IE and firefox with the same results.I have latest version of Flash player.Any ideas folks?

  buteman 14 Aug 10

Gave it a try but the same as you.
Loading Content.
And it loads nothing.

  hiwatt 14 Aug 10

Thanks buteman.At least I know it's not a problem at my end then.Hopefully they sort it out.

  rdave13 14 Aug 10

Working fine on IE8. Check that active scripting is enabled. Tools, internet connection, security tab, internet, custom tab and scroll down to scripting.

  wiz-king 14 Aug 10

Working OK for me Win XP & IE8.

  hiwatt 14 Aug 10

Yep active scripting is enabled.I'm using IE6 still but have the latest version of firefox and it won't work with that either?

  rdave13 14 Aug 10

Try the flash player global settings. I have 100k set as storage and 'Alow third party..' and 'Store common flash components...' boxes ticked. Check the other setting.
click here

  hiwatt 14 Aug 10

My settings were already set the same as yours.Thanks.

  buteman 14 Aug 10

Still not getting it using IE8 and W/7.

  rdave13 14 Aug 10

Working ok on XP so I'll boot to 7 to see if it works.

  rdave13 14 Aug 10

Ok on win 7 and firefox. Wonder if you have some program that's blocking it.

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