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rdave13
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Remember the emails and pop-ups, some are still going on. Just twigged. Use you-tube (now called vevo) and if you replay you still have to use your bandwidth as the video is no longer saved to temp folder. So if you like a certain tune and wish to play again remember it downloads every time. Godoodlcon lives.

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rdave13

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Now that's strange. Typed Adele and picked 'right as rain' in youtube and streamed it. Clicked the refresh button (replay) and now it doesn't stream again?

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Still can't find the videos in the temp folder.

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It's not streaming on replay any more. Must have been a glitch. Seems difficult to view video temp files using IE9 and Win 7 so found this little app, http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/videocacheview.html

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lotvic

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I was able to play and replay a youtube vid whilst disconnected from internet as long as I stayed on the page.

That looks a neat prog, will have a play sometime.

Meanwhile I will leave to puzzle it out sometime in future, got to get ready for grandkids coming (half term)

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