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    This worked excellently at first but I had a warning come up on a site I had authorized saying malware detected and since then it's stopped working even though I put in on the list.

    Anyone else had similar problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.NK View Post
    Hi folks,

    MarvinS from TheVerge-forum got a nice solution, to put your favourite flash-site on the whitelist of IE10, allowing you to watch your fav. show/stream:


    1. Edit the whitlist included in "iecompatdata.xml" used for IE10 -> you can find this in C:\Users\*Yourname*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Intern etExplorer\IECompatData
    2. Here you can find a section with:
      Code:
      < Flash >
       < domain >domain1.com< / domain >
       < domain >domain2.com< / domain >
       < / Flash >
    3. add your domain as following:
      Code:
      < domain > YOURDESIREDDOMAIN.COM < / domain >
    4. Save the list
    5. Start the IE10 desktop-edition -> press ALT > click "Tools" > "Compatibility View settings" -> uncheck "Download updated compatibility list from Microsoft"
    6. Start IE10 Metro: Press WIN+I for settings > "internet options" > "delete browsing history"


    Please report if it's been successful at your surface or if you have issues.
    Thanks for this. There's another post with a nicely done video but I wasn't able to get it to work and I think it's because he didn't specifically state we should go into IE10 Metro to delete the browsing history (I did it in desktop IE10). I'm not certain that's what made the difference, but it's the only change I made and now it works.

    Question: After the hack should I go back into "Compatibility View Settings" and re-enable "Download updated compatibility list from Microsoft"? Or will this break the fix?
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    Aw: [How To] Enable Your Favourite Flash-Site in Metro IE10

    Yes it'll break the 'hack'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.NK View Post
    Yes it'll break the 'hack'
    Thanks, I'll leave it as is.
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    My wife has recently bought a suface rt, and would like to know if its at all possible to use the hack to be able to use facebooks farmville 2?
    I have tried, unsucessfully I may add. I have edited the xml file by using <domain>facebook.com</domain>, but not sure if thats correct.
    Anyone had any success, or is it not possible?
    TIA

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    Whitelist addition did not work

    I attempted to make these changes to the whitelist, changed the metro browser setting to not get updated Microsoft compatibility list and still am getting the same message. The website I am trying to use is "http://fmls.fusionmls.com"






    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.NK View Post
    Hi folks,

    MarvinS from TheVerge-forum got a nice solution, to put your favourite flash-site on the whitelist of IE10, allowing you to watch your fav. show/stream:


    1. Edit the whitlist included in "iecompatdata.xml" used for IE10 -> you can find this in C:\Users\*Yourname*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Intern etExplorer\IECompatData
    2. Here you can find a section with:
      Code:
      < Flash >
       < domain >domain1.com< / domain >
       < domain >domain2.com< / domain >
       < / Flash >
    3. add your domain as following:
      Code:
      < domain > YOURDESIREDDOMAIN.COM < / domain >
    4. Save the list
    5. Start the IE10 desktop-edition -> press ALT > click "Tools" > "Compatibility View settings" -> uncheck "Download updated compatibility list from Microsoft"
    6. Start IE10 Metro: Press WIN+I for settings > "internet options" > "delete browsing history"


    Please report if it's been successful at your surface or if you have issues.

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    Your entry should be:

    Code:
    <domain>fmls.fusionmls.com</domain>
    I also have an entry here, so try:

    Code:
    <domain docMode="EmulateIE9" versionVector="9" uaString="9">fmls.fusionmls.com</domain>

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    Works 4 me
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    Thank you - this solution of adding docMode worked when using fusionmls.com. Strange as others, including on this thread have indicated that just an entry in the flash section of iecompatdata.xml would work. Seems inconsistent - but this at least fixed the problem for now.


    Quote Originally Posted by ArnoldC View Post
    Your entry should be:

    Code:
    <domain>fmls.fusionmls.com</domain>
    I also have an entry here, so try:

    Code:
    <domain docMode="EmulateIE9" versionVector="9" uaString="9">fmls.fusionmls.com</domain>

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnywlaw View Post
    Thank you - this solution of adding docMode worked when using fusionmls.com. Strange as others, including on this thread have indicated that just an entry in the flash section of iecompatdata.xml would work. Seems inconsistent - but this at least fixed the problem for now.
    You are most welcome.

 

 
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