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Totally agree with that.. How do we tell them (particularly CBC which
is tax funded) that there're other OSes beside windows and mac ?<br>
Mike Leahy wrote:
<pre wrap="">Hi Daniel,
Thanks for the tip - that solves that problem. Even so...I'm not particularly
satisfied letting Global TV off the hook that easy. Performance and picture is
much better if I can play it natively. Really, it shouldn't be too much to
ask to have the developers of these applications test things on an ubuntu
On Tuesday 20 April 2010 19:32:38 Daniel Robitaille wrote:
<pre wrap="">On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 6:18 PM, Mike Leahy <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:email@example.com"><firstname.lastname@example.org></a>
<pre wrap="">a similar solution, but I don't quite have the time
to really figure it all out. The best I can due right now is view Global
TV from windows versions of FireFox/Flash installed via wine...but that
rules out fullscreen (trust me...don't try it).
<pre wrap="">fullscreen works for me. Have you turned off graphic acceleration in
the windows flash plugin?
(you need to right click in a flash "window" to access the flash
That solved a lot of problems I initially had in that
wine+firefox+flash setup. And now at least I can watch cbc.ca and
globaltv.com from within Ubuntu.