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    "I'm staying away"

    April 17, 2012  |   By AdamElmquist


    Same as zunipus don't know of any...


    Google Talk with Video in all browsers acts strage, some of the button controls may appear if they want to like the accept or decline buttons, or start a video chat.. Once if you are able to get a video started the video will disappear or show only yourself not other party... Or if all goes right where you can get a video started, it becomes a green pixelated screen...


    I'm running all the latest OSX and browser updates, but I'm keeping Adobe Flash at 10,1,102,64 video chat works flawlessly in Firefox and Safari, but Chrome. Since Chrome handles the plugins that gives me even more strage behaviors.. If you try to disable the latest Adobe in Chrome you wont even be able to use video at all no matter what you are doing, from Youtube to Chat without weird behavior.. So like I said, as long as I keep version 10,1,102,64 running on Firefox, and Safari I'll be good for now.. Kind of wish Google Talk can develop their own video chat Application for all OS's Win Mac, Linux, etc, rather then using the browser to talk due to Flash...

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