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João Carneiro wrote:this third one hosted on vimeo claims i have an unsupported viewing environment, so things aren't getting better.



This is the first I have heard of this. 

What is your environment?  What is your browser and OS?
 
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paul wheaton wrote:

João Carneiro wrote:this third one hosted on vimeo claims i have an unsupported viewing environment, so things aren't getting better.



This is the first I have heard of this. 

What is your environment?  What is your browser and OS?



I went to the bottom of it, and as it turns out my environment does not allow UDP traffic so that was the reason why vimeo streaming was impossible as the player streams in UDP. The previous video i watched on vimeo was not on my environment but on an rogue/isolated computer with windows i happened to have here at the time.

I'm working around my limitations, but as a lone user request, if you could provide things via youtube i would be a happier user :)
 
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Eva Taylor wrote:Awesome !!!  Loved it, thought it was funny that our hugel beds look a lot the same...  I had been wondering about the lemon tree in Montana, I'm gonna try it here in WV, is there a specific type of lemon you are looking at trying or a kind you may be wondering about that I could try, I'm all for helping with the experiment....I have added a bed between the large and small hugels where i'll place the tree, hoping the heat will focus there in the winter, and be shaded enough not to burn it up in the summer...



How is it looking now please?
 
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João Carneiro wrote:Hi Paul, this is the third video of the series.

The first one i saw was hosted on vimeo, had to reduce the quality to 360p to get it working without pulling my hair out. It was justin rhodes 45min video.

the second one was hosted on youtube, whent OK, no problem at all. it was care for RMH.

this third one hosted on vimeo claims i have an unsupported viewing environment, so things aren't getting better.

would really appreciate if you could resolve this problem.

best regards,

JC



Using Opera browser (fairly tightly locked down) I got the same message. Switch to FireFox (pretty much wide open) and the video worked fine.
 
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