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Feñiz 3rd February 2003 02:10 AM

Still a litle bug when using SRT format tags (sorry BST)
 
Something strange happens with a line in a SRT subtitle file ends by "[/i]."

The dot is showed as some strange characters. For example, this subtitle:

I say Hello...

is showed like that:

I say Hello###

# are strange characters (not always a "#")

bluedan 3rd February 2003 09:00 AM

BST noted in last nightly build 0.86-494 that there are still problems with tags in SRT subs. He might have meant something like this, which is really strange, I admit.
Did you come across any further mishaps in the meantime? I didn't have the opportunity to test it myself so far.
I think I will try to generate a test SRT file.

Feñiz 3rd February 2003 10:53 AM

I see at Changes.txt, BST talk about SRT format and the tags. He wrote:

Still some problems with [b],[i],<u> tags in SRT subtitles

... but I thought he means:

Still some problems with [b],[i],<u> tags in SRT subtitles CORRECTED

The only problem I found with tags and SRT subtitles is that.

PD: A new SubRip version is out, and some new tags had been added for supporting subtitle colours.....

bluedan 3rd February 2003 04:54 PM

My experiences say that in each line the last letter is missing.
If it includes tags, the closing tag is shown, also the last character erased.

exemple:
Hello, my name is Sandy.</i

Feñiz 3rd February 2003 06:17 PM

I think you're talking about SRT subtitles in OGG files.

I'm using SRT and AVI files, and the characters are showed correctly, except when a line finish in a [/i] and then a dot ([/i].)

bluedan 3rd February 2003 06:26 PM

Yes, you're right, Feniz.
In my case it's SRT embedded in OGM.
I think the last fixes from BST focussed on that, so I assumed you were writing about this, too.
(Besides I didn't see you mention AVIs before... :wink: )


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