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Old 23rd January 2011, 14:09
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Hi, I'm encountering errors that is preventing me from uploading any videos from my youtube account.

I have tested this on several browsers and o.s. platforms, and it seemed to work just once on IE7 and WinXP o.s. but all other attempts and other platforms was a complete disaster.

I opened the java console and there were errors, even after the applet succesfully started (only in IE7 and WinXP). On other platforms, there where java errors shown at the console at all times.

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Old 23rd January 2011, 16:25
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emontaldea,

Have you tried updating Java on your system?

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Old 19th March 2011, 15:08
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I am having the same problem, i use MacOsX but today i tested on windows and it has the same FAILED problem !
For me, it didnt showed a request from my browser to run the java applet! This has occured in both operational systems...
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Old 19th March 2011, 15:28
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I am having the same problem, actually i tried to update my java, removing some files from java folder, cleanning caches, downloading again... i don't know what to do anymore!
Iam using MacOSX
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Old 19th March 2011, 15:39
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gordomecanico,

Is this happening in every browser?

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Old 20th March 2011, 12:45
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I am having the same problem, i use MacOsX but today i tested on windows and it has the same FAILED problem !
For me, it didnt showed a request from my browser to run the java applet! This has occured in both operational systems...
gordomecanico,

Has this happened with multiple browsers (& if so which ones)? Do you have the latest version of Flash? We've been able to import videos successfully - providing a screenshot of what you're seeing might be helpful.

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Old 20th March 2011, 13:06
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gordomecanico,

Has this happened with multiple browsers (& if so which ones)? Do you have the latest version of Flash? We've been able to import videos successfully - providing a screenshot of what you're seeing might be helpful.

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It works in Google chrome if you have the latest version of Chrome. ( I just now uploaded a video - 12:04 pm central. It worked.

Chrome has for some time had it's own version of Java. Now Chrome also has it's own version of flash. Simply click the wrench in the top-right corner of the Chrome browser and then click "About Google Chrome" It will automatically update the browser, Java and Flash.

Bob Grosh - producer - www.TallasseeTV.com

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Old 1st February 2012, 14:33
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I still have not gotten the "applet" for approval.
Please provide additional information for MAC OS X Chrome or if we apple users should try downloading Firefox....OR ?
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BearSense,

Please make sure you have the latest versions of Java installed. If you are on a Mac, follow these steps:

-Go to Applications > Utilities > Java Preferences and select "Enable Applet Plug-in"
-Relaunch the browser and try again

If you continue to encounter the issue, I'd suggest trying the import with Firefox,
which should encounter less importing issues than other browsers.
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