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See-through Chrome?

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(Using Chrome on a new 15in MBP w/ Lion)
For some reason, i don't know if it's Chrome or a plugin, but when I'm using Chrome it will sometimes leave a picture or youtube video or something that requires flash completely see-through to my desktop. Sometimes I will hear the audio from the video but will only see my desktop. What's wrong and how can I fix this?

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