Wow... (<-- blown away at performance)
arundel at freebsd.org
Wed Mar 30 20:54:33 UTC 2011
On Wed Mar 30 11, Jung-uk Kim wrote:
> On Wednesday 30 March 2011 12:50 pm, Jung-uk Kim wrote:
> > On Wednesday 30 March 2011 12:46 am, Buganini wrote:
> > > It seems work well now, no lockup when I went through pages.
> > > but I still got lockup when I right-click on some flash
> > > advertisement. for example, here: http://tw.yahoo.com/
> > "Don't do that" is not an answer, I guess? ;-)
> > Seriously, this problem is very well known. There were several
> > work-arounds suggested but the most popular one is setting
> > GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS environment variable. Try "GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS
> > Flash" on Google and you will see tons of them. Actually, Fedora
> > took that hack into nspluginwrapper later:
> > https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=542424
> > Basically, Gnome people broke the ABI in the middle of major
> > release branch, if my understanding is correct. Of course, that
> > caused a lot of complaints and they had to add the variable to
> > restore the previous behavior. Now here is the bad news for you.
> > This environment variable does nothing for us because
> > linux-f10-gtk2-2.14.7 does not have the compat hack. :-(
> > One thing we can do is re-rolling linux-f10-gtk2 with the hack
> > locally (as we did for x11-toolkits/linux-f10-pango) and using the
> > hack from www/nspluginwrapper-devel *iff* that actually fixes the
> > problem.
> > There was another attempt by PC-BSD to address this issue:
> > http://trac.pcbsd.org/changeset/3799
> > Unfortunately, I have no idea how Pango can affect the "right
> > click" problem in the first place. In fact, I wasn't able to
> > reproduce the fix on FreeBSD (long ago) and I *thought* their fix
> > is PBI-specific (kmoore added to CC list).
> I forgot one important thing. Actually, this problem only started
> happening from Flash plugin 10.1. So, the easist workaround is going
> back to the last 10.0 release (e.g., 10.0.45.2 does not have this
> issue). You can find old versions from here:
just wanted to report that the bug still exists in flash 11.
> FYI, the following Chromium PR has the most plausible root-cause
> analysis of this problem I've ever seen on the Net:
> Just in case if anyone is capable and willing to fix it for good...
> Jung-uk Kim
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