Fullscreen or Maximised Window Crops Videos When Going to next/previous track

Bug #1586758 reported by Stuart Page on 2016-05-29
This bug affects 1 person
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gnome-mplayer (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Note: I have a 15 inch 1024 x 768 monitor that this is most easily reproduced on.

1. Select multiple video files and open them up at once in the player. If you press f9 you should see a playlist.
2. Maximise the player in your window. You should see black bars if the video is not the same aspect ratio of your screen.
3. Skip to the next video. You will not see any black bars because the video is "zoom cropped" to your display. If you double click the video twice, it will return to normal with black bars and no cropping.

Excpected behaviour:
I should always see the video in its native the aspect ratio and hence should see the black bars. There shouldn't be any cropping.

Output of gnome-mplayer -v:

GNOME MPlayer v1.0.9
gmtk v1.0.9
GTK 3.18.8
GLIB 2.47.6
GDA Enabled
GMLIB-Message: Running in single instance mode
GMLIB-Message: Running with GIO support
GMLIB-Message: Using audio device: ALSA
GMLIB-Message: after init: position=0.000 length=0.000 start_time=0.000 run_time=0.000 volume=0.00 player=dead media=unknown uri=
GMLIB-Message: Using match: type='signal',interface='com.gnome.mplayer'
GMLIB-Message: Using match: type='signal',interface='org.gnome.SettingsDaemon'
GMLIB-Message: Using match: type='signal',interface='org.gnome.SettingsDaemon.MediaKeys'
GMLIB-Message: Proxy connections and Command connected

Ubuntu release:
Description: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
Release: 16.04

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