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SupergamE 7th January 2007 01:24 AM

System Tray Bug + a fix by BSPeter
 
I have Vista Ultimate & BS Player 2.12.
when I watch a few movies on full screen, when the next movie starts
automatically (play list) the system tray shows up.
the movie is still in full screen mode but the system tray is down there...
when i click the screen the system tray is gone

this happened when i had win XP also...

this only happens in full screen mode and when the next movie start
(by the play list)

sorry if my English is bad
please help
thanks

SupergamE 7th January 2007 01:28 AM

divx setting manager icon
 
divx setting manager icon is the source of the problem
when i disable decoding of generic mpeg-4 movies in the
divx Decoder configuration the icon is gone
is it o.k. to disable it? i have koepi's xvid installed (so i assume that covers it)

BSPeter 7th January 2007 01:32 AM

I think you can disable DivX logo in its "Decoder Configuration Utility". Go through [Start] > Programs ... etc. In the version I still use (5.2.1) it's on the tab "Quality settings". Perhaps it is similar for "divx setting manager icon" to (not) appear in system tray?
:wink:
P.S.: I know there have been problems concerning system tray earlier, so could you please let us know if your problem persists or whether you solved it.

SupergamE 7th January 2007 01:48 AM

only when i disable decoding of generic mpeg-4 movies in the
divx Decoder configuration the icon is gone

and yes when the icon is disabled the system tray does not come on the movie

BSPeter 7th January 2007 01:50 AM

Re: divx setting manager icon
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by SupergamE in his edited version
when i disable decoding of generic mpeg-4 movies in the
divx Decoder configuration the icon is gone
is it o.k. to disable it? i have koepi's xvid installed (so i assume that covers it)

Yes, it is o.k. There could be difficulties with e.g. Div3-encoded movies, but I would give it a go. And if you encounter any problems in the future, well, lets worry about those then. (You can use e.g. GSpot then to find out what codec was used for encoding such movie).
:wink:

SupergamE 7th January 2007 02:01 AM

thanks that was so fest i am amazed...
you have no idea how irritating that is to watch a 25 episodes season
from your bed (i have tv out) and get up every time an episode starts just
to get rid of the system tray...
if i wanted to get to the pc every time i wouldn't set a play list :wink:

ones again thanks !!!!!

a tip to run bs faster on vista:
at the skin menu - disable skinned windows & skinned menus.
because the aero look (vista) lunches and then it's changes to the skin look
it's makes the bs player slower.
also in playlist menu (in properties) set the old style on
looks very good in vista and works better

BSPeter 7th January 2007 02:07 AM

Thanks for your information, which may be of use to other fellow users as well!
:wink:

BSPeter 7th January 2007 02:17 AM

Just noticed you edited the subjectline of your initial post by adding "+ a fix by BSPeter". This is really undeserved as you - in fact - found the fix yourselves! Once again thanks for the information you provided!
:wink:

McFly83 9th January 2007 01:06 AM

I've got the same problem like SupergamE.
When I disable decoding of generic mpeg-4 movies the icon still appears for a short time, then it goes away. But this is enough for the task bar to show up and steal the focus from BSPlayer when in fullscreen.

I'm using DivX 6.1 with newest BSPlayer on WinXP Pro.

SupergamE 9th January 2007 12:19 PM

i myself installed divx 5.2.1 then 6.4 then xvid 1.1.2

set xvid to handle all (in the install or by the conig).
set divx not to handle mpeg4 (by the config).
and done.

now the divx icon appears only when divx 3 is on.

McFly83 9th January 2007 05:54 PM

Done that, but it's still the same. :?

J7N 10th January 2007 01:25 AM

The most obvious solution to this problem is not to use DivX (as already been said here at the forums)! It is perfectly possible to watch every movie on earth w/o DivXNetworks software.

Quote:

i myself installed divx 5.2.1 then 6.4 then xvid 1.1.2
Isn't there too many of them?

Hint: Use ffdshow. It may also show up a tray icon (depending on build), but it can be disabled.


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