[vlc-devel] [vlc-commits] ActiveX, NpApi: DVD Menu control for VIDEO_TS

Sergey Radionov rsatom at gmail.com
Fri Nov 11 18:10:12 CET 2011

2011/11/12 Rémi Denis-Courmont <remi at remlab.net>

> Le vendredi 11 novembre 2011 18:45:14 Sergey Radionov, vous avez écrit :
> > As I know, fullscreen mode was in libvlc core,
> There never was fullscreen mode in (Lib)VLC core, for there never was
> platform-specific window management in the core.
> There were, and there still are functions to control fullscreen mode in
> LibVLC. But they just defer to the platform-specific plug-ins, like they
> always did.
> > but was removed by some reason (when vlc 1.1 come),
> > I really don't know why. And will be glad to
> > hear that reason...
> Windowing was split from the video output plug-ins to dedicated window
> management plug-ins, including fullscreen mode management.
> In embedded mode (drawable on Win32, xcb_window on X11), fullscreen mode
> cannot be provided since it breaks embedding. So LibVLC fullscreen function
> have no effects while embedding is in use. This limitation is unavoidable
> without breaking things and is clearly documented in Doxygen.
> Thank you for explanation.

> > > Pardon my lack of a clue but... does all that fullscreen mode stuff
> > > not belongin the drawable plug-in where all LibVLC apps can enjoy
> > > it, rather than in the browser bindings?
> I answered myself above. Fullscreen mode cannot be managed by (Lib)VLC
> while
> the video is embedded, including in a web browser.
> However, this commit is about DVD menu. I guess it really is about input
> events. And for that, my question remains.
Yes, my first realization of fullscreen mode simply not pass mouse clicking
to libvlc video window (and DVD menu not get that clicks). And path fix
only this problem.

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