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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Storing and Tracking Information with Variables Capturing Visitor Input

Juan Avina
Juan Avina
12,899 Points

FYI-if clicking on the "Launch Workspace" icon in the video player, using Chrome, the video will stop and a large icon

A large icon will display.

Dan Garrison
Dan Garrison
22,457 Points

I've been running into this same issue and I chalked it up to the firewall or proxy at my work, since it doesn't happen at home, but perhaps it's related to the multi-monitor configuration I have. I have also had the issue in Firefox. So I don't think it is specific to chrome.

I did open a ticket with Treehouse, but they weren't able to replicate it. I will follow up and sent them a link to this thread.

1 Answer

Jonathan Söder
Jonathan Söder
7,428 Points

Yep, this happened to me too yesterday, kind of. While watching a class and opening a workspace did nothing unexpected, the same thing happened to me as it did to Juan if I would move either of the windows to another monitor (multi display setup). I thought nothing of it, just the site having some hiccups. Not only was the huge icon displaying (embed icon iirc), the whole site just displayed the html part. I can confirm it's still producing the same error after these steps:

play video -> run workspace -> move either chrome tabs to a new monitor -> video error and html only-page.