OnMessage() does not get triggered when selecting Filmstrip item

Discussion in '1.0 RC4 and SVN Builds' started by ltfearme, December 3, 2008.

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    1. Set facade to Filmstrip (GUIFacadeControl.ViewMode.Filmstrip)
    2. Place a breakpoint in plugins OnMessage() function
    3. Select an item in the filmstrip

    Result: Breakpoint in OnMessage does not get triggered, if you do the same for List or BigIcons it works fine (presumably for the other view modes as well). This is either broken or simply not implemented.

    Workaround: subscribe to GUIListItem.ItemSelectedHandler

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