Description of problem:
Midori can't play youtube videos without restricted multimedia codecs which are not by default in Fedora due to licensing and patent issues and crashes (disappears) when opening a youtube video.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run Midori
2. Open youtube and run a random video
Midori crashes after asking for multimedia codecs to be installed (restricted ones)
Midori should be able to play youtube with the free webm codec the same Mozilla does. If not possible to do so, display an error in video playing and not play the video rather than crash completely.
Midori does not crash and plays youtube normally when the multimedia codecs it requires are enabled (through rpmfusion).
Midori asks for multimedia codecs when opening the Airbnb page as well. However it does not crash.
Can you get a stack trace of this crash?
Or install abrt ( dnf groupinstall abrt-desktop ) and see if it can report the crash.
Hi Kevin, abrt had problems reporting the crash. I will try to generate a stack trace.
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