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after upgrading to lion, i tried to watch netflix. But in the gallery section, where you select the movies you want, i get nothing but black boxes. It plays the videos, but the little gallery preview doesn't work. any one know what i can do?

i installed the newest version of silverlight and still nothing.

point me in the right direction.
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Try disabling Block Pop-Up Windows in your browser and then give it a try.
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Using which browser? Have you tried another browser?

There is no issue here at all. That particular page does not use Silverlight.

Try disabling &/or removing all plugins and extensions you have installed.

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Try disabling Block Pop-Up Windows in your browser and then give it a try.
im on both safari and chrome. ill try the pop up blocker, thanks
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Like bobtomay has alluded to, I get the feeling that this is being caused by an extension. What extensions do you have installed for each browser?

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none, its a fresh install. i installed flash and thats about it lol.
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lol, this is what i see when i log into my netflix. thats with pop-up blocker off.

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Just duplicated your issue here.

Safari - Preferences - Appearance - put a check in 'Display images when the page opens'.

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negative, did not work.
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I find it odd that this is happening across browsers. Have you reset each respective browser? Let's try one at a time here: Chrome > Clear Browsing Data...

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Well, what can we eliminate...

Java, Javascript (disabled both, and still have images when browsing my queue). Same thing with Flash and Silverlight. I'd go with a cookie or cache corruption issue.

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idk whats going on, i got firefox, and it does the same thing. some images appear, but most of them dont. its only on this website. i should just cancel my subscription lol
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Hrm, I wonder.... have you tried using Googles public DNS server?

I wonder if that could be... take for instance..

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src="http://cdn-3.nflximg.com/en_us/boxshots/166/70175633.jpg"><a id="b070175633_0"
if you cut/paste the URL for the img src above, do you see the image?

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got it, deleted the browsers. deleted the cookies, and installed firefox again, got it working, thanks guys
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