youtube has changed it's programming and now all the pages have a https:// address. The old YT tags don't work with that extra S in them. might not be a bad idea to tweak that :/
Can you explain further. All the test links I've visited do not have https in them. What distinguishes whether or not the link will have an HTTPS? Are you logged into youtube?
I did update from an imbedded object to an iframe.
Hahaha... I'm 2 years late on this reply D:
Well... I'm sure by now you've seen it though. Every YT vid now uses https:// instead of http:/
We also have new animated video formates like gifv and webm. neither of which works with the [img]_[/img] tags. You can change the images themselves to regular gif's but they're highly unoptimized and load really really slow Q_Q
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