Why do you use Silverlight?
I use Chrome, mainly on an old Macbook nowadays, and as you know based on the sticky I just read, Chrome no longer supports Silverlight.
So why haven't you moved to a platform that Chrome does support, like HTML5? Netflix has, and it works fine. iPlayer uses flash, but also works fine.
I don't use any other browser - they all run too slowly for me on my network connection. They're just unusable. So, how do I watch NowTV? It looks like I can't (on desktop) - this just isn't good enough. You should factor all changes into a service you provide - and this includes updating to different technologies if previously used ones become deprecated.
So, to consolidate my two questions (and I want a full answer, not just a macro response):
@Anonymous User wrote:
Do NowTV have any plans on moving away from Silverlight before this happens? As this would leave many of us without a choice but to cancel our subscriptions.
Thanks for the information @Anonymous User. I knew Mozilla were dropping support for Silverlight's but I didn't know exactly when until now. This has actually been a long time coming. The absolute end of life date for Silverlight was actually announced by Microsoft a year or two ago. By the end of 2021. Not even Microsoft will support it. Everybody else will have probably dropped support for it long before then.