On Thursday 25 August 2005 11:54 am, Jon Wikne wrote:
> Kevin DeKorte <kdekorte@......> wrote:
> > On Thursday 25 August 2005 10:07 am, Jon Wikne wrote:
> > A patch was posted on the mailing list on how to fix this problem..
> > In plugin.cpp at line 795 delete these three lines
> > gtk_signal_connect(GTK_OBJECT(menuitem_config), "activate",
> > GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(menuitem_config_callback),
> > this);
> Thanx, Kevin. But actually, this only solves the problem with load-time
> errors. Deleting these exact lines was indeed the first attempt I made
> myself, before consulting the list, only to find out that Mozilla nuked
> with the mentioned Gtk-CRITICAL / Glib-CRITICAL errors.
> I then assumed that the absence of menuitem_config_callback(...) was
> the problem, but it appears not.
> It might well be that this is really a bug in either Mozilla 1.8b1 or
> glib-1.2.x/gtk-1.2.x. I tried to recompile / reinstall both of these,
> same problem. It might also be caused by some weird "feature" of
> I would appreciate it if others would test this site with as much as
> possible the same versions of Mozilla, mplayerplug-in, gtk and friends
> as I use, and post a line or two about what works and what doesn't.
> -- Jon
Ok I made some changes for the GTK1 code in CVS to make sure the widgets ar=
realized prior to calling gtk_widget_set_events on them. Does not seem to=20
matter in GTK2, but maybe GTK1 needs them. I don't have a working GTK1=20
browser anymore. I'll have to try mozilla from the official site.
As a side note using firefox 1.06 with mplayerplug-in CVS that site works. =
you have to click the "Play" button to get things to go. When it first load=
I think a flash item grabs the audio out and so mplayer can't play.=20
The changes are committed, I'm not sure when they will be available for=20
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