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No, I'm not having a DRM issue.
I updated Firefox and now when I log into the Spotify Web Player on my desktop, I get this error message: "Firefox is installing components needed to play the audio or video on this page. Please try again later."
This is not the DRM error message. Also, FWIW, Pandora works fine.
I also recently began (and aborted) installation of the Comodo IceDragon browser; could that be related? Any help appreciated.
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What OS are you using? There have been some Ubuntu users whose Firefox said the same thing.
I know that Widewine content decryption module plugin is important for the web player. It should be visible in about:addons, under plugins. Make sure it's allowed to always activate.
Looking forward to your reply... 🙂