Post Reply blank screen/canvas when hardware acceleration on in chrome
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Posted 2/13/14 , edited 2/13/14
Anyone else have a 600+ nvidia card that is running amd having chrome showing only a white screen after you play a video in full screen? it seems that disabling hardware acceleration is a temporary fix but it is not a ideal solution. i did install a older version of chrome and there was no problem. but the darn thing updates and wham same problem. i can get it to work again if i go to another domain and then backspace. it happens to all the pages open to the crunchyroll domain. i did notice a flicker during video playback that happens once or twice for a split secound that may be were the issue is originating.
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Posted 2/13/14

worldseyes wrote:

it happens to all the pages open to the crunchyroll domain. i did notice a flicker during video playback that happens once or twice for a split secound that may be were the issue is originating.

Any problems with Flash video on other websites? Does it also happen with the YouTube and Daily Motion clips that are sometimes embedded in articles in CR's News section, or is it just with the CR video player?

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Posted 2/14/14 , edited 2/14/14
nope but when i did some digging i found out that there is some old code lines that were never updated and the problem is calling that particular line in the code. since crunchyroll does not have a kill reset code on sub domain pages it affects them all. the url and bookmark bars are still available along the bottom status bar everything else goes white. if i move the mouse around i can see the url links change on the bottom and if i even backspace to a episode it does play sound and clicking does pause and restart the movie. the only thing i found that helps is turning off hardware acceleration in Google chrome or going to another domain i.e. Google.com and then going back as it tells chrome to reload page. however i also noticed that ie loads the website like a snail. i think it always has and that is why i use chrome i could try firefox but that is kinda not the point.
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