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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0006507||MediaMonkey (current)||Framework: Skinning||public||2010-09-28 06:12||2011-02-06 21:51|
|Target Version||4.0||Fixed in Version||4.0|
|Summary||0006507: Player modes don't support all contexts, yet buttons are not context-sensitive|
|Description||In testing with both Video and Audio files it seems that there's a bit of a problem related to the fact that MM has different player modes that are context-specific, and yet they are selectable when they shouldn't be. To be more specific:|
MiniPlayer: is currently only capable of handling Audio, but MM is currently designed to be able to minimize to it, and/or play video from a playlist even when this mode is active.
MicroPlayer: is currently only relevant for Audio. Which is fine except for the fact that the user can minimize to the microplayer even with Video playing.
Maximized video: currently only relevant for video. Which is fine except for the fact that maximize buttons may always appear.
Full Screen: currently only relevant for Video. Which is fine except for teh fact that FS buttons will always appear in the player.
(1) the player skins should show buttons that change their behaviour/appearance depending on what is playing:
If Audio is playing: show miniplayer/microplayer buttons.
If Video is playing: show maximize/full screen buttons.
(2) the miniplayer mode should always include a window of some sort (e.g. an Album Art window) that can play video.
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|Fixed in build||1320|