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[Gnash-commit] [bug #38625] Gnash initially set Stage.width and Stage.he
[Gnash-commit] [bug #38625] Gnash initially set Stage.width and Stage.height to SWF metadata regardless what <embed> tag says
Tue, 02 Apr 2013 16:53:35 +0000
Opera/9.80 (Windows NT 5.1; U; en) Presto/2.9.168 Version/11.51
Follow-up Comment #3, bug #38625 (project gnash):
I've created a dummy flash page to demonstrate this problem,
by using 16x16 pixel SWF dimension, set stage to 'noScale' mode in the movie's
and _immediately_ grab Stage.width, Stage.height
then set the obtained dimension to TextField,
similar to what SounManager2 do at runtime.
My dummy flash page with source code (compiles in MTASC)
and screenshots also attached; file #27747
This is a correct trace output from Adobe Flash Player 11:
w: 500 h: 200 (resized)
w: 500 h: 200
You'd see that Flash Player switched to <embed>'s dimension immediately in
Stage.scaleMode="noScale" statement, with resize event _instantly fired_.
In the screenshot, you'll see that Flash correctly displayed "Hello World".
This is a trace output from Gnash 0.8.10:
3005:1] 214 TRACE: <init>: start
3005:1] 214 TRACE: w: 16 h: 16
3005:1] 227 TRACE: <init>: end
3005:1] 231 TRACE: w: 500 h: 200 (resized)
You'd see that Gnash didn't change to <embed>'s dimension immediately in
It instead, delayed until constructor finished execution, then applies the new
dimension (with resize event fired afterward).
In the screenshot, you'll see that Gnash displayed only the "He" part.
Gnash: gnash 0.8.10-1~lenny, browser-plugin-gnash 0.8.10-1~lenny from
getgnash.org APT repository
Browser: iceweasel 3.0.6-3 from Debian repository (no addons)
System: Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 Lenny on i386
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