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My colleagues and I have been rebuilding our company web site using Word Press. When embedding videos stored in YouTube the full-frame icon and facility appears and works fine using Internet Explorer on a PC and Firefox on a Mac. But using Safari in Mac OSX the facility diappears and you simply have to go out of the site to YouTube to watch these videos full frame, Any thoughts on this?
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