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Zatos 10th December 2010 10:24 PM

[unconfirmed] Changing subs' font size caused subs to display at top of screen
 
I found out that downloading subs in background is not the only thing that's buggy. I changed the font size for the subtitles which caused them to display at the top of the screen - I think where the OSD is displayed. But I disabled the 'drawing subtitles under evr' thingy and reenabled it and got them back at the bottom.

BSPeter 10th December 2010 10:56 PM

Using old or new subtitle parser/renderer?
Using "EVR (Enhanced Video Renderer)" as Rendering mode?
How did you change fontsize?
:wink:

Zatos 11th December 2010 10:01 PM

1. I don't know. Whatever is default on the latest version.
2. Yes
3. Preferences -> subtitles -> Primary subtitles/Font

BSPeter 11th December 2010 10:54 PM

If you don't know, you can check:
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Subtitles [Subtitle properties]
If "Use new subtitle parser/renderer" isn't selected/checked you're using "old" subs-engine.
I also think that's still default (untill all bugs related to subs and new engine have been solved).
However, I meanwhile also tried with old subtitle engine and couldn't reproduce your experience.
Can you yourself reproduce it? (Could you also test with new subs-engine please?)
Can any other user with Windows 7 64 bit please also test this?
:wink:

Zatos 14th December 2010 03:36 AM

Ok, I am using the old subs engine.

This issue is 100% reproducable every time I try. It appears it has nothing to do with where the OSD position is being displayed. It appears it doesn't matter if I check the EVR option - anything I click in subtitles properties will cause them to display correctly at the bottom again.

Using the old or new engine doesn't matter - it does the same thing on both.


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