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Reinstalled 'flashplayer-nonfree' and got the same issue back.
On the internet I found other similar issue threads and the main discussion was about Application - OS compatibilities. (32vs64). My Debian is a 32-bit version and I guess the applications are the same. I'm not an expert on the subject but I think my CPU is running on 64bit.
This is not the first time I'm using 32-bit Debian on the same workstation and it worked without issues before. (this is the first time I'm using the GNOME version).
I cannot tell you how well my set-up works with YouTube, because YouTube is banned where I live.
If you are using the 32-bit system on a 64-bit computer, that may be the problem. There could have been some deleterious changes since the last time you used Debian, but that is pure speculation on my part, not knowledge.
It could also be a Gnome issue, but I doubt it. I use Openbox, so I do not know the current state of Gnome.
(firefox-bin:2122): Bonobo-WARNING **: Bonobo must be initialized before use
]Bonobo interfaces, enabling developers to create reusable components and applications that can be used to form more complex documents.
The issue is now solved and I also found the cause.
Today I reinstalled my entire system with the AMD64 architecture and by going from scratch all over again with the installation I managed to see where the issue was.
When I first installed the system I went to Nvidia to get the driver and all went fine except a blueish tone on all my flash videos. This happened on the previous installation too and to fix it I created a new file '/etc/adobe/mms.cfg' containing:
PS: I think the blueish tone is a bug for Nvidia users and I got it solved without the 'mms.cfg' file. Just right click on the movie and remove hardware acceleration, this solved it for me.
Thank you all for the suggestions and help,