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Movie crashes when I hit pause?


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Hi Guys,
Been watching some Aperture training videos
The videos play alright but if I hit pause to attend to the door bell etc,
I get this message and have to reopen and start over,
Any ideas?
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Flash Player needs updating also if you tick allow the cookie will be added for the film or video to play normally. Youtube shows this when I play some of videos.
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Go to System Preferences > Flash Player. I'm guessing that, under Local Storage Settings, Flash is required to ask for permission. Try changing it to the allow option.

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Much appreciated,
Everything working OK
Sort of opened up a whole new learning curve
There "appeared" to be a lot of sites listed?
Now just have local approved which is allowing the video to stop and start OK

I have deleted all the others, hope I haven't messed things up but appeared that too many had access?
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