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YouTube is slowly rolling out their HTML5 Desktop Site and enrolling users on a "HTML5 Trial".  It may mean good news for mobile devices as a whole, but not for the Note 2 as Flash works perfectly on the Note 2, and YouTube's HTML5 implementation is still a work in progress.  You will notice thick black borders and wrong aspect ratios when viewing videos more and more.  The solution for this is to disable the HTML5 trial, so that you are not enrolled in any unnecessary test at the cost of your YouTube viewing experience, until they have ironed out all the bugs.  To disable HTML5 Trial, you can set a cookie for each browser as needed by going to: http://www.youtube.com/html5

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