i'm having the same problem. when I do the search using the charms feature it finds the file, but I am trying to find the locations so that I can delete and replace it with the file off the digiex site. any help on how exactly you all were able to find that file location? consider me a NOOB to this registry edit thing.
notepad "%HOMEPATH%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\IECompatData\iecompatdata.xml"
To test your Flash content in Internet Explorer 10, add the following registry key:
where DebugDomain is a string value specifying the domain name as its data. (For example, movies.contoso.com). For example:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Flash\DebugDomain = movies.contoso.com
Note on the DebugDomain string value:
•Direct URLs to a page or resource are not supported (for example, contoso.com/xyz). Any value containing ‘/’ is not supported, including: http:// (or https://).
•Do not use “www.” prefix, which is stripped (for example, www.movies.yahoo.com loads as http://movies.yahoo.com).
•Only a single domain is supported.
I have a Samsung Series 7 Slate PC running Windows 8 Pro. I have tried to add the following link: cinehoyts dot cl
That site has flash ads and images along the right hand side that only appear when running the desktop app. Can someone please try out that site to verify if it works?
In addition to that, I completely removed the XML file from the directory. However, after removing the file and deleting the browser history inside of the metro browser, youtube still works.