From: Kevin DeKorte <kdekorte@ya...> - 2004-06-07 17:56:27
I have commited to CVS a couple of fixes
In X mode only redraw screen when no playing media and when video is present
In GTK mode fix crash when fullscreen button it pressed and no-embed=1, button
does not really work, but at least it does not crash.
From: Pomarede Nicolas <npomarede@co...> - 2004-06-08 12:04:31
On Mon, 7 Jun 2004, Kevin DeKorte wrote:
> I have commited to CVS a couple of fixes
> In X mode only redraw screen when no playing media and when video is present
> In GTK mode fix crash when fullscreen button it pressed and no-embed=1, button
> does not really work, but at least it does not crash.
Thanks for the fix in X mode, I tested it under Opera, and it works OK.
For me, this closes all the issues I had with the plugin.
Fire the new release ;-)
As a (small) contribution, here's a little explanation to use
mplayerplug-in under Opera ; perhaps you could include it on the web pages
and/or the documentation ?
Howto install mplayerplug-in for Opera (tested with 7.50 and 7.51) :
You will need to install Mozilla and the Mozilla devel packages first.
Compile the plugin in X mode :
Then copy the plugin in Opera's directory :
cp mplayerplug-in.so mplayerplug-in.xpt /usr/lib/opera/plugins
Opera need to have mozilla's libxpcom in its library path ; one solution is
to create a symlink in Opera's main directory :
ln -s /usr/lib/mozilla-1.6/libxpcom.so /usr/lib/opera/7.51-20040602.5/libxpcom.so
Start Opera, and go in Tools / Advanced / Plug-ins ; mplayerplug-in should
be referenced there.
Thanks for your work and fast feedback !
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