From: Kevin DeKorte <kdekorte@ya...> - 2004-04-23 13:32:16
When running mplayer don't use gui=yes in the config if you want to use the
GUI use gmplayer from the command line rather than mplayer and have gui=yes
in the mplayer config file.
On Friday 23 April 2004 03:44 am, Stian B. Barmen wrote:
> Hello all!
> Got a little issue with the mplayerplug-in. Usually I set "gui = yes" in
> my ~/.mplayer/config. This works fine for mplayer when playing movies.
> When I use the plug-in I also here get a gui but this does not work well
> for alot of streams (get errors and have to kill the gui to be able to
> watch streams etc).
> Tried to set "gui = no" in /etc/mplayerplug-in.conf but that did not
> work. Maybe this could be an option in the future?
> Is there anyway to disable the gui for the mplayerplug-in by itself
> Hope you can help, and thanks for making the save option in 2.6, really
> cool :)
> Best regards
> Stian B. Barmen