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We have implemented a newer embedded HTML5 player on our web pages. This player does not display the words of the Shabad being played unless you enable Adobe Flash Player in your browser. Most browsers disable Adobe Flash by default now, so it must be enabled in browser settings. Why did we do this, you might ask? We are focusing more and more on mobile platforms and Adobe Flash is not enabled on mobile platforms. So, first we update the mobile app (SikhNet Gurbani Media Player) and then we will update the web version.

We have implemented a newer embedded HTML5 player on our web pages. This player does not display the words of the Shabad being played unless you enable Adobe Flash Player in your browser. Most browsers disable Adobe Flash by default now, so it must be enabled in browser settings. If you enable Flash Player you will see the words in the web player. Why did we do this, you might ask? We are focusing more and more on mobile platforms and Adobe Flash is not enabled on mobile platforms. So, first we update the mobile app (SikhNet Gurbani Media Player) and then we will update the web version.

Some Shabads that are not in SGGS do not display English translation in the Gurbani Media Center because we are using SGGS database to display the translation.

We have implemented a newer embedded HTML5 player on our web pages. This player does not display the words of the Shabad being played unless you enable Adobe Flash Player in your browser. Most browsers disable Adobe Flash by default now, so it must be enabled in browser settings. If you enable Flash Player you will see the words in the web player. Why did we do this, you might ask? We are focusing more and more on mobile platforms and Adobe Flash is not enabled on mobile platforms. So, first we update the mobile app (SikhNet Gurbani Media Player) and then we will update the web version.