yes it does work

but since I dont get the sender of the event
I have to maintain list of plugins - not the best method.

you can get access to the javascript object by :
wrapper.wrappedJSObject
if your code is trusted - for example  :
run from chrome:// URL



2007/8/12, Kevin DeKorte <kdekorte@gmail.com >:
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Asaf O wrote:
> well the event you added helped me, but
> if I connect several onClick events to the same handler
> I want to be able to respond like :
>
> function onClick(sender)
> {
> sender.fullscreen = !sender.fullscreen
> {
>
> or so
>
> 10x
>
> Asaf
> 2007/8/7, Kevin DeKorte <kdekorte@gmail.com <mailto:kdekorte@gmail.com>>:
>

So does this not work?

embed.onClick = "onClick(embed);";

I'm just not sure how I would handle that object in the plugin since I
don't have access to the javascript object.

If that doesn't work I think you'll need to have a custom callback

embed.onClick = "onMplayerClick();";

Kevin

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