I noticed when linking to YouTube videos when building a new hub, that they did not appear to work.
Now I notice none of my videos are visible on my computer using flock and adobe flash 10.
Is there a problem with hubpages or is it my computer software?
I tested on my system with both Flock and Adobe Flash 10 and the video works for me. I tested in on this hub.
Which of your hubs has the problem? I'll check it to let you know if video works for me.
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