If, say, my triple-play subscription comes with a free Xbox One when I extend the contract (late in the cycle I mean, not right now) then I'm not gonna say no. I wouldn't pay extra though and in the end it'll probably still only be used for the little bit of TV I watch.
This morning I noticed I can't open the comments panel under a video when I simply click on it. I can however, open it in a new tab. It does seem to fully function in that new tab, but I'm sure that's not as intended.
Browser: Google Chrome
OS: Ubuntu 12.10
EDIT: Appearantly it shouldn't appear when I click on it, as the comments section should be there by default. Swapping between the video tab and the comments tab didn't do anything. Also I should note that I thought this wasn't posted, since I got an Error 500 when clicking submit. Checking the forums later on a different PC (Windows 7, Chrome) made me realise it did get posted after all.
@Khessed: ohhh, I've seen that BS case of theirs brought up on other forums :( For the lucky ones - The melodies we hummed of games in the past in Europe while growing up, were all 17.5% slower than what they were meant to be. We knew only our PAL 50hz timing, and not the correct timing things were meant to run on. We're willing to do a lot of dirty deeds to get our 60hz fix.
This, exactly. I was contemplating sending a PM to Patrick, see if he can't shed some light on the issue and maybe add some media pressure to the whole thing but I dunno if it would matter.