In your control panel (if you're using windows), you can open the sound settings, go to the communications tab, and tell it to 'do nothing' when
you're using other communication devices. That might help.
Ha! I thought that there was something wrong with my computer when it did that to me too. Then I checked the volume bar under the video and realized
it was muted. A simple fix was to move the bar.
Wow... I just spent 30 minutes trying to chase this down all over Windows 8.. Not an experience I recommend for anyone. (Windows 8 sucks...real real
I suppose it would just kill youtube to actually have a functioning volume control like almost every other product ever made for a PC? (sigh)
Usually...in 99.9% of any programs I've ever used..clicking on a muted control DOES something. Anything. it does SOMETHING though. Un-Mute, usually.
When that doesn't change? I assume the problem has nothing to do with that control but MUST be elsewhere, disabling that control all together. 99.9%
of the time...when it isn't GOOGLE minds creating this crap, that IS true.
Oh.. I could scream. There is a half hour of my life I'll never get back because some Google tech decided being different would be cute. Oh.....You
gotta love innovation just because someone thought it needed some.
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