Ubuntu

mozilla-mplayer - switching out of full screen opens Trash

Reported by Dylan on 2005-11-27
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This bug affects 2 people
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mozilla-mplayer
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mplayerplug-in (Ubuntu)
Undecided
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Bug Description

When I go into mplayer-386 and am using mozilla-mplayer thats integrated into
Mozilla Firefox and into full screen mode (theatrical, dark screen, etc.), then
revert back to regular mode (rest of page text is seen, etc.) so that I can see
the entire page, sometimes the Trash window opens. I dont know why. I can
reproduce this bug by using the latest build that you can get from the Synaptic
repos, and by going into full screen mode whilst viewing a movie clip (I did it
at www.apple.com/trailers), revert back into the regular mode

Additionally, sometimes when you go into full screen mode with mozilla-mplayer
while the movie is playing, you can see a copy of a previous frame of the movie.
 To fix this occurrence, revert back and forth into and away from full screen
movie playing mode. Same credentials as above.

tim_o (tle) wrote :

This bug happens here, also. In order to exit full-screen mode in
mozilla-mplayer, you click a button on the bottom right of the screen. This kills full screen mode, but also opens up the trash can.

Ubuntu Version 6.06 beta

mozilla-mplayer version 3.17-1ubuntu1

description: updated

Any idea as to what's wrong? Could it be with the codecs?

On 4/29/06, tim_o <email address hidden> wrote:
>
> This bug happens here, also. In order to exit full-screen mode in
> mozilla-mplayer, you click a button on the bottom right of the screen.
> This kills full screen mode, but also opens up the trash can.
>
> Ubuntu Version 6.06 beta
>
> mozilla-mplayer version 3.17-1ubuntu1
>
> ** Summary changed:
>
> - Trash
> + mozilla-mplayer - switching out of full screen opens Trash
>
> ** Description changed:
>
> When I go into mplayer-386 and am using mozilla-mplayer thats integrated
> into
> Mozilla Firefox and into full screen mode (theatrical, dark screen,
> etc.), then
> revert back to regular mode (rest of page text is seen, etc.) so that I
> can see
> - the entire page, sometimes the Trash window opens. I dont know why. I
> can
> + the entire page, sometimes the Trash window opens. I dont know why. I
> can
> reproduce this bug by using the latest build that you can get from the
> Synaptic
> repos, and by going into full screen mode whilst viewing a movie clip (I
> did it
> at www.apple.com/trailers), revert back into the regular mode
>
> Additionally, sometimes when you go into full screen mode with
> mozilla-mplayer
> while the movie is playing, you can see a copy of a previous frame of
> the movie.
> To fix this occurrence, revert back and forth into and away from full
> screen
> movie playing mode. Same credentials as above.
>
> ** Changed in: Ubuntu
> Binarypackagename: None => mozilla-mplayer
> Status: Unconfirmed => Confirmed
>
> --
> mozilla-mplayer - switching out of full screen opens Trash
> https://launchpad.net/bugs/26265
>

--
Dylan Knight Rogers
www.dylanknightrogers.com

tim_o (tle) wrote :

When you click the button to exit full-screen mode, the click is being passed on to the Wastebasket icon on the bottom-right of your gnome task bar. I'm not sure if this is a mozilla-mplayer issue, or an issue with the window manager.

IvanYung (faiyung) wrote :

I got the same bug if I click the full screen button (under the right hand side bottom). The bug can be easily avoided if I do a right click on the video and select Full screen mode instead.

Ian Lancaster (ianml) wrote :

Confirming this bug on Gutsy. It does indeed seem to be the trash icon in the lower right of the panel, moving the icon fixes the problem.

Daniel T Chen (crimsun) on 2008-09-09
Changed in mplayerplug-in:
importance: Medium → Undecided
Pierce Gerhart (piercegerhart) wrote :

I'm getting this bug on Lucid. I think this is a regression from previous versions.

Phillip Susi (psusi) wrote :

This package has been removed from Ubuntu. Closing all related bugs.

Changed in mplayerplug-in (Ubuntu):
status: Confirmed → Invalid
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