Change background color

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Fran
2007-03-08
2013-05-13
  • Fran
    Fran
    2007-03-08

    Hi!

    I need to change background color that appears when the video is loading.
    By default is grey, and I know how to change it in the mplayerplug-in.conf file. But in this file I only can activate the black-background flag and then the background color is black. But ¿Is there any way to change it to another color?.

    Another question. ¿Is there any way to hide messages that appear in this background?. I can hide the logo, but i don't know how to hide messages that appear below.

    Finally, ¿Where can I find a list of tags and values inside the <embed> tag?. Eg: Autostart=True.

    Thanks
    Fran.

     
    • Kevin DeKorte
      Kevin DeKorte
      2007-03-08

      The options for the background color are the theme background or black (and I even hate that I have that option).

      There are quite a few options that you can set in the config file
      This this page: http://mplayerplug-in.sourceforge.net/config.php
      and look at the hide and show options.

      I'm not sure I have list documented...

      debug
      nocache
      src
      filename
      url
      location
      href
      qtsrc
      height
      width
      starttime
      hidden
      nopauseonhide
      displaysize
      target
      scale
      loop
      autostart
      autoplay
      showcontrols
      showtracker
      showbuttons
      showfsbutton
      showlogo
      enablecontextmenu

      tvdriver
      tvinput
      tvheight
      tvwidth
      tvoutfmt

      events:  (documented in DOCS/tech/javascript.txt)
      onmediacomplete
      onmediacompletewitherror
      onclick
      onmousedown
      onmouseup
      onmouseover
      onmouseout
      onvisible
      onhidden
      ondestroy

       
    • Fran
      Fran
      2007-03-08

      Hi!

      Thanks very much for your answers.

      But ¿Is it possible to change the grey color?. I have tried to modify the embed element style , but it doesn't work.
      <embed style="background-color:#000000">

      Thanks
      Fran

       
      • Kevin DeKorte
        Kevin DeKorte
        2007-03-08

        No you can't change the color at this time