Aspect ratio change not shown when paused

Discussion in '0.2.0.0 Release Candidate 3 Release and CVS Bugs' started by RoChess, March 27, 2006.

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    When movie is paused, and trying to change aspect ratio, the 'stretch/normal/etc' text is not shown infront of the 'Pause'.


     
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    Hi,
    Is it fixed now?
    Just tested with cvs-03-29-2006--01-04 & it works here with Nvidia codes's.

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    It is almost fixed.

    The stretch/normal/etc text is now indeed shown infront of the Pause OSD, but the small white text is still unreadable.

    So a background on the stretch/normal/etc text would fix that.

    Or darken the Pause OSD text the moment another function like aspec-ratio change is used.
     
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