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Anonymous User
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Support chrome already

It's 2017, you've had plenty of time to get over silverlight. You can't expect to charge people money only to offer low-levels of device support. It won't take much development effort to resolve, just pull your fingers out, it's shameful. 

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@Anonymous User if you download the web player. It works in Chrome. At least it does for me. I will tag you in the thread for it.
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Anonymous User
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Whilst I would certainly agree that Chrome should be supported, it looks as though we are now to be forced to use Now's proprietary player. Either that or move to N_f_x, which I subscribed to just a fortnight ago.