@quarridors Thanks for heads up. I tried it but no luck getting the error.
Ok, so, if you see the error, you can do the following to help me debug:
Remove LLN extension (put chrome://extensions into Chrome address bar to see the installed extensions, click remove on LLN).
Open a movie in Netflix, then press CTRL + SHIFT + i to open the Chrome dev tools. You’ll see a panel open on the right side, like in the screenshot below.
Paste this into the console and press return:
Take a screenshot, or copy the output (highlighted in yellow in the screenshot), and paste it here.
This gives me the Netflix player code that you are running, I can take a look for conflicts.
Next, you could try installing this special version of the extension, there’s a small fix that may solve the problem.
dist_netflix_debug_02-02-20.zip (1.1 MB)
To install it, you need to put chrome://extensions into the address bar, check developer mode is enabled (see the image), then drag the zip file into the window.
(This special version also prints debug messages to the console, you could copy them and send them to me in a message).
Lastly, you can try unsubscribe from new Netflix test features by clicking the button on this link: https://www.netflix.com/DoNotTest
Lastly, if nothing helped and you just want to watch Netflix, I suggest just disabling/removing LLN for now (from chrome://extensions …please come back though.
We’re also in contact with a friend who is seeing the error, tomorrow we will try connecting to their computer with teamviewer to try to remote debug the issue.