I have been all over this problem and can’t get past it. Also can’t seem to find anyone else with the issue, maybe because everyone else has given up with supporting IE7…
We have a responsive site that has a lot of videos. We are using mediaelement.js from core to serve them. It works GREAT everywhere but IE7 for me. I would skip IE7, but they have a computer on IE8 that is having the same problem. I am betting it is in compatibility mode, but I just get it fixed in 7 anyway. It would be great. The site does will in 7 outside of that also.
Scroll down to “HOLE DETAILS” and click on any of the holes for the golf course to view a flyover. It seems like this should be easy, but the best I have done is get IE7 to respect the videos bounds, but it only crops the video, it doesn’t scale it.
Just want to see if anyone else has dealt with something like this and can point me in a better direction?
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