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When I get these every day I find that if someone has posted a You Tube link there is a large black block on my screen that obliterates any further items on the newsletter.

If I am doing something wrong please advise me or is anyone else having this problem

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On my android it happens only when the screen enlarges itself to where i see a section only of the video start screen...i pinch it smaller and all is good...

Maybe its same as you're experiencing...?

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The large black box is for the YouTube video that's downloading. Be patient and wait for the video to download. A red circle with a white triangle will appear in the middle of the black square when the video has downloaded. Sometimes the video will start playing on it's own. If not, click on the red circle and it will start playing.

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Thanks for the advice, patience that is what I am always telling Tahoe grandchildren !

Must learn to practise it now myself.
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