It’s possible that the Turn Off the Lights doesn’t detect well the Adobe Flash video on that web page. Because today new standard of the web is to go to a no plug-in browser. And use the power of the web browser engine. To solve this problem go to the Turn Off the Lights options page and enable the “Flash Detection” option. This feature search to all the Flash player objects in the web page. And give only the video player the focus. If you still have a problem, go to the support form and report it.

Focus the video

Google Chrome

  1. Open your Google Chrome web browser
  2. Open this page: chrome://extensions
  3. Search for the extension name “Turn Off the Lights”
  4. Click below the extension name on the “options” link
  5. Now click on the 3rd tab “Advanced Options” and enable the “Flash Detection” feature

Safari

  1. Open your Safari web browser
  2. Click on the menu item “Preference”
  3. Then click on the tab “Extension”
  4. And left you see the list of installed Safari extensions, search now for “Turn Off the Lights” in the list
  5. When you click on the extension name, right you see one checkbox, enable it to open the options page
  6. Now click on the 3rd tab “Advanced Options” and enable the “Flash Detection” feature

Firefox

  1. Open your Firefox web browser
  2. Click on the orange firefox button
  3. Click on addon manager
  4. Search the addon name “Turn Off the Lights” and right you see the link to open the option page
  5. Now click on the 3rd tab “Advanced Options” and enable the “Flash Detection” feature

Opera

  1. Open your Opera web browser
  2. Click on the red opera button
  3. Click on manage extension
  4. Search in the extension name “Turn Off the Lights” and right you see the link to open the option page
  5. Now click on the 3rd tab “Advanced Options” and enable the “Flash Detection” feature



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