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7 hours ago, Amy3 said:

Ok, I have a Macbook Pro and I have 2 user accounts. I am watching VHTV on one account. When I switch to the other account, I can still hear the audio from VHTV. What the actual fuck is going on? How can one account have access to the other account? 

You have to bring up Task Manager.  Likely the previous Browser Session didn't completely close properly.  In the Task Manager you have to end the Browser Process Manually and also check if Adobe Flash is in the Process List that would have to be ended as well.   I have had that happen a few times and then after those processes have ended the sound from the previous session will stop.

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2 minutes ago, Amy3 said:

But it doesn’t make sense. I’m on a Mac. If I switch users, whatever the other user was doing shouldn’t be coming through the other user account, right?

It shouldn't because changing User Accounts usually kills the processes the previous user had been using. 

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3 minutes ago, Amy3 said:

Yep, but earlier today, it didn’t and it’s kind of freaking me out a bit, cause now I’m wondering what else the other account can see. 

I was watching VHTV on one account, I switched to the other account and I could still hear the VHTV audio. There was nothing to see,  it I cuss hear it. That’s messed up.

Strange things happen every once in awhile.  Computers are not quite perfected yet.

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