If the coding was so bad, I wonder why they didn't test it first to see if it would work long-term? Wait, I know why. It's Comcast. I had major issues with my wireless gateway 2 years ago, and was told by a tech, on the phone, that they knew the modems were junk, but that Comcast had already ordered millions so they decided to use them instead of fixing the issue. They finally sent me a new one, after many many calls. They have a "Shoot ready aim" mentality when it comes to their "service." I was on the phone for over an hour about this Youtube issue on Wednesday. Ulitmately, I was told that they tried every workaround, and basically, there's nothing they can do. Then they had the nerve to ask me, "Is there anything else I can help you with?" I would rather wait for a year or 2 to get a service that I know will work, than get all excited about something that is going to stop working in 3 days, because they can't be bothered to make sure it will work. Bad coding or not, they entered into the agreement with Youtube. They should have made sure it was good to go before they dumped another useless feature on us.
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