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[[User:mutlu_inek|mutlu_inek]] - The site looks exactly like in Firefox.
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<br>Issues:
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*Full-Screen View does not work. The view is enlarged only within the regular google map box (it does not take over the search results space on the left as in Firefox). Also, the street scene becomes gray and nothing will get the functionality back (not even returning from full-screen view). To be able to use street view again, the street view window has to be closed and a new one opened.
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*Moving the map that underlies the street view moves the street view popup since it is fixed to the location on the map that was searched for [This is correct behavior]. When the street view popup leaves the frame of the regular map view in Firefox, it is _below_ the search results and address bar parts of the website. In Konqueror, however, the street view (without the popup's frame) overlays the rest of the website. See: [ screenshot]
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*Nspluginviewer crashes when browsing away from the site and when closing a street view popup.

Revision as of 17:27, 21 April 2008

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There seem to be issues with the (at least for some newly working) flash support in Konqueror

Blauzahl mentioned she can use flash. Indeed I did! flash 9.0.115 on a 32bit compiled system

For me (mutlu_inek) flash also works with minor crashes from time to time, it does automatically restart, though, so no problem. I am using self-compiled trunk, rev. 799237, and adobe's flashplugin 9.0.124 on Arch Linux, 32 bit.

Test site #1: pathological goodness

http://www.canal13.cl

What happens?

Sahaqiel -If I close the tab after hovering the second ad counting from the right, nspluginviewer will crash. And besides, the ad will expand leaving a blank spot with the size the ad occupied.

Blauzahl - Sad. It doesn't all display. I get gray boxes. I swear this site worked fine for me the last time we did BugDay. I also get the ad expansion blanking the underlying text. screenshot

mutlu_inek - The site looks nearly exactly like in Firefox: screenshot
Issues:

  • Flash boxes that resize themselves are not displayed correctly, they claim the space they use when they are full-sized by displaying a white box over the other flash content. The same issue with Firefox. Appears to have nothing to do with Konqui.
  • The video player flash box has a black background that is larger than the video player box. The same issue with Firefox. Appears to have nothing to do with Konqui.
  • Nspluginviewer crashes when browsing away from the site.

Test site #2: youtube

http://youtube.com nice shoes.

mutlu_inek - The site looks exactly like in Firefox: screenshot
Issues:

  • Nspluginviewer crashes when browsing away from the site.

Test site #3: Google streetview

http://maps.google.com ---> streetview Does it work?


mutlu_inek - The site looks exactly like in Firefox.
Issues:

  • Full-Screen View does not work. The view is enlarged only within the regular google map box (it does not take over the search results space on the left as in Firefox). Also, the street scene becomes gray and nothing will get the functionality back (not even returning from full-screen view). To be able to use street view again, the street view window has to be closed and a new one opened.
  • Moving the map that underlies the street view moves the street view popup since it is fixed to the location on the map that was searched for [This is correct behavior]. When the street view popup leaves the frame of the regular map view in Firefox, it is _below_ the search results and address bar parts of the website. In Konqueror, however, the street view (without the popup's frame) overlays the rest of the website. See: [ screenshot]
  • Nspluginviewer crashes when browsing away from the site and when closing a street view popup.

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