HTTPS Everywhere breaks "see all videos" and "large window" in YouTube
(The links below might not be safe for work, there is some swearing. It happens to be the pages I was looking at when I identified HTTPS Everywhere as the trigger.)
When viewing a specific YouTube video (eg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzEc3o7pVgo&feature=channel_video_title ) There is in the bottom right of the video sub-window arrows pointing right and down; clicking it makes the video portion of the web page larger (but not full screen). When HTTP Everywhere is enabled, this no longer works.
When looking at a user page (eg http://www.youtube.com/user/MyHarto ) in the upper right portion of the page is an icon of a three by three grid of boxes; it changes the page to show all of a user's videos in a grid. When HTTP Everywhere is enabled, this no longer works.
I am not using any custom rulesets. For both cases, I have NOT enabled the YouTube rule, which defaults to off since it's buggy. I have tried turning all of the Google related rules (API, Search, Images, and Services) and restarting Firefox, that doesn't help. Disabling HTTPS Everyhwere entirely and restarting Firefox fixes the problem. I disabled all of my other add-ons and re-confirmed both the working and non-working cases.
Firefox 6.0.2 HTTPS Everywhere 1.0.1 Linux (Ubuntu 11.04)
If there is other information I can provide that will help, please let me know.