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Netflix system requirements for HTML5 Player and Silverlight
Just quit Safari and launch it again and it may work. Netflix provided black screen. See also the iPhone Upgrade Wiki for more information. That 32 bit mode Specifically designed with security in mind, Safari protects personal data by highlighting the legitimate sites and providing safe encryption technology for a worry-free browsing experience. Here is the EtreCheck report:

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Netflix streaming videos not working with Safari 5.0

I couldn't get it to do this by removing Silver-Light and reinstalling, but then, by doing all of this, it finally prompted for me to TRUST Silver-Light and worked immediately! Oct 29, 1: This is how I got it to work. I opened my Mac in "safe mode. A message came up asking if I wanted to use Silverlight. An "update" came up [I had - the update was ]. I loaded the update and selected the button indicating I wanted to use Silverlight.

Netflix then worked in either safe mode or regular mode. None of these messages came up except in safe mode. Oct 30, 4: I did this too and it worked the first time I launched Netflix, but when I closed Safari and brought it up later, it wouldn't launch.

After repeating everything, same result. Launches and works once, but not after closing out. Does yours continue to work after closing it? Oct 30, 5: Sad to say that after doing this, it then quit working except in "Safe" mode, so I went on line at Netflix and had a chat and learned that with the recent Apple OS If you use the "developers" link on Safari and log into another browser when on Netflix it should work until this gets fixed.

I logged in to Safari, then brought up Netflix and then, in switched to Chrome and it works. Developer menu is added under Safari Preferences-Advanced Tab. Nov 19, 7: Dec 7, 3: Netflix can't fix it, Apple can't fix anything. But the "safe mode" method works! User profile for user: Notebooks Speciality level out of ten: What I have already tried: Yes, I have installed Silverlight.

Yes, I have already uninstalled and reinstalled Silverlight. Yes, I have cleared the cache numerous times. Yes, I have reinstalled macOS Sierra from scratch.

Yes, I have disabled all Safari extensions. Yes, I have tried other browsers but I want to use Safari. Yes, I have copied Safari App from other computers. Yes, I have disabled all security software. Yes, I have tried running Safari with no other Apps running. Yes, I have updated all apps and macOS. Helpful answers Helpful answers All replies. Then I tried the following Go to Netflix 2. Reload the page after you're finished Netflix should start playing movies again in Safari.

Doing these tweaks worked for me. View answer in context. Eric Root Eric Root. Isolating an issue by using another user account If the problem is still there, try booting into the Safe Mode using your normal account.

Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. Instead it loads it partially with blank space at the bottom of the screen. We are not sure what causes the issue. This issue appears to be happening irrespective of the iOS device you are using to browse.

Switch your device to landscape mode for a couple of seconds and the page will immediately load. You can then switch it back. Some users had also success by closing the safari app, turning their iPhone off and restarting iPhone and Safari.

Here is a New Safari Feature that will increase your productivity when you are browsing through multiple Safari tabs. On iPad Safari, you can now open links in a new tab instantly by tapping on them with 2 fingers. Give it a Try! Many Users who have been testing Safari using iOS 12 had found that the private browsing feature was missing. This was later fixed during the subsequent iOS updates and you should be able to access private browsing without any issues. If you are missing private browsing feature on your Safari for some reason, here are a couple of tips that you can try and see if it works for you.

I now have Silverlight at. Home Support Forum Firefox Firefox does not play netflix. This thread was archived. Please ask a new question if you need help. Chosen solution We're still trying to nail down this issue but I'm pretty sure if you run Firefox in bit mode, Netflix will work.

Go to the Firefox menu and select Quit. Open your Applications folder Find Firefox in the Applications folder and click it once to select it. An information window will open up. In the Firefox information window, check the box next to Open in bit mode Close the info window and restart Firefox Read this answer in context 4.

Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox. The QuickTime Plugin allows you to view a wide variety of multimedia content in web pages. For more information, visit the QuickTime Web site. Michael Verdi solutions answers. Chosen Solution We're still trying to nail down this issue but I'm pretty sure if you run Firefox in bit mode, Netflix will work.

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Netflix is working for Safari, but not for Chrome (which defeats the purpose of my Chromecast’s initial purchase). I’ve used the AppCleaner, cleared cache and cookies, etc. Any other ideas would be appreciated. Thank you. Reply. MacHow2 April 12, Router login page and ip address wont work when typed in, it tells me that safari cant find the servers. help please solved Beebox-su doesn't appear to have Netflix UHD working with App or. Dec 07,  · Hello, I have not been able to get Netflix video to work in Safari on my iMac but Netflix works fine on Safari on my MacBook. I am running an iMac (macOS Sierra ) and Safari () on both computers.