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Old 01-18-2008, 12:57 AM
Craig White
 
Default Xine in fullscreen mode - panel disappears (hidden behind playback window)

On Fri, 2008-01-18 at 10:28 +0900, Msquared wrote:
> Hi, guys.
>
> I've just downloaded and installed Xine from Livna by:
>
> yum -y install xine xine-lib-extras xine-lib-extras-nonfree libdvdcss
>
> When I hit 'f' to go fullscreen, the player window (where you see the
> video stream) obscures the panel window (the window with the controls). In
> fullscreen mode, the player window will also obscrire the DVD menu window,
> if that's open. The panel window is not closed; if I alt-tab I can see the
> panel window in the window list, but even when I select it, it's still
> obscured by the player window.
>
> On my Fedora Core 4 workstation (which I'm aiming to replace), xine's
> panel window is always on top of its player window, even when in
> fullscreen mode.
>
> I've changed "Configuration experience level" to "Master of the known
> universe", but still can't find an option to control this behaviour. I've
> tried messing with layer_above (which doesn't seem to do anything), and
> always_layer_above (which seems to put the player window above the panel
> window even when not fullscreen).
>
>
> At this point, I don't know if it's a bug, a change in behaviour, a
> configuration setting, Fedora-specific, Livna-specific, or something else.
> Any ideas about where to start looking, or how to troubleshoot it?
>
> Regards, Msquared...
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When in full screen mode, right click on screen

View => Toolbars => Check 'Visible (full screen)

Craig

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