Again... Many thanks. I'll fish the new code out of cvs in a few hours
and give it a go.
Kevin DeKorte wrote:
> Ok I made some changes and committed them to CVS
> 1. This seems to be a current side effect. We have done some things to correct
> this, but they still seem to hang around. Fixing this is on the TODO list,
> closing mozilla makes them go away.
> 2. Fixed this
> 3. This was a little harder to fix than expected, but the fixes I put in
> should fix lots of little things here and there. Turns out a window was being
> resized to 0x0 or negative or using unintialized values, so this is better
> On Thursday 22 April 2004 06:39 am, Roderick Johnstone wrote:
>>Thanks for the recent updates to mplayerplug-in.
>>I downloaded mplayerplug-in from cvs this morning, and build on it
>>redhat 7.3 using --enable-gtk1 --with-gecko-sdk=blah, where this
>>refers to the version 1.6 of sdk.
>>I noticed the following when using mozilla 1.6:
>>1) I seem to get a lot of [mplayer <defunct>] processes hanging around.
>>They do disappear after a while though. Not sure if this is changed
>>behaviour from 2.50 or whether it is expected.
>>2) Plugin can report buffering a negative percentage, eg towards the end
>>of buffering this:
>>3) When listening to the Classicfm radio station at:
>>http://www.classicfm.com/index.cfm?nodeId=315 and clicking the Listen
>>now button I now get the control buttons without having to resize the
>>window - great thanks. However, if I use the full-screen button (I know
>>its a stupid thing to do!), when I click again to return from full
>>screen to original size window the mplayerplug-in window and my mozilla
>>windows disappear. Mozilla still seems to have a processs running
>>though. Can you confirm this bug please.
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