Boxee

Scrolling in Files Browse list results in partial control of Files menu and also crash

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  • Boxee Build Number:
    1.0.2.16619, 1.0.2.16606
  • Operating System:
    Boxee Box
  • Description:
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    If the user performs the following steps, the user will not be able to move the highlighter past Local folders and network shares divider when the user returns to the Files screen.

    1. User is on the Home Page.
    2. User moves to the right and selects Files
    3. User scrolls the highlighter to the USB icon (note, the user has three network shares setup [Videos, Music and Photos] and these appear before the USB Icon
    4. User selects the USB icon
    5. User presses the Back button on the Boxee Box remote.
    6. The user will notice that Files screen will now only show the following items.
         - Shows
    ---Local folders and network shares
         - Videos
         - Music
         - Photos
         - USB Icon
         - Network
         - Unidentified Videos
    7. If the user attempts to scroll up to Shows, the highlighter will only scroll through the first 3 items beneath the Local folders and network shares title.
    8. If the user has the highlighter on the first item 'Videos', the highlighter will jump to Photos and then if you move down again, the highlighter will move to Network. If the user presses down again, the highlighter will disappear.
    9. The user can regain functionality by either entering any of the local folders or network shares or press the Back/Menu button to access the Home Page.


    reproduces using 1.0.1.16319 when having these exact 3 File sources defined.
    workaround: define another forth source or use different source names.
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    If the user performs the following steps, the user will not be able to move the highlighter past Local folders and network shares divider when the user returns to the Files screen. 1. User is on the Home Page. 2. User moves to the right and selects Files 3. User scrolls the highlighter to the USB icon (note, the user has three network shares setup [Videos, Music and Photos] and these appear before the USB Icon 4. User selects the USB icon 5. User presses the Back button on the Boxee Box remote. 6. The user will notice that Files screen will now only show the following items.      - Shows ---Local folders and network shares      - Videos      - Music      - Photos      - USB Icon      - Network      - Unidentified Videos 7. If the user attempts to scroll up to Shows, the highlighter will only scroll through the first 3 items beneath the Local folders and network shares title. 8. If the user has the highlighter on the first item 'Videos', the highlighter will jump to Photos and then if you move down again, the highlighter will move to Network. If the user presses down again, the highlighter will disappear. 9. The user can regain functionality by either entering any of the local folders or network shares or press the Back/Menu button to access the Home Page. reproduces using 1.0.1.16319 when having these exact 3 File sources defined. workaround: define another forth source or use different source names.
  1. boxee.1290730632.1867.tar.bz2
    (12 kB)
    Mark Pittam
    25/Nov/10 7:33 PM
  2. report.markdpittam.1290730501.10882.tar.bz2
    (44 kB)
    Mark Pittam
    25/Nov/10 7:33 PM

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Mark Pittam added a comment - 26/Nov/10 7:18 PM
Note: If the user selects Unidentified Videos and then backs out, the list will only show six items depending on the users setup and file sources created.

Videos
Music
Photos
USB
Network
Unidentified Videos

The Files list can be fixed by pressing back and selecting Files to re-enter the menu.
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Mark Pittam added a comment - 26/Nov/10 7:18 PM Note: If the user selects Unidentified Videos and then backs out, the list will only show six items depending on the users setup and file sources created. Videos Music Photos USB Network Unidentified Videos The Files list can be fixed by pressing back and selecting Files to re-enter the menu.
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rafael added a comment - 28/Nov/10 8:01 AM - edited
reproduces using 1.0.1.16319 when having these exact File sources names defined.
workaround: define more sources or rename the existing sources.
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rafael added a comment - 28/Nov/10 8:01 AM - edited reproduces using 1.0.1.16319 when having these exact File sources names defined. workaround: define more sources or rename the existing sources.
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rafael added a comment - 28/Nov/10 8:26 AM
increased to critical. navigating up and down in the list also results in a crash
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rafael added a comment - 28/Nov/10 8:26 AM increased to critical. navigating up and down in the list also results in a crash
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Ryan C added a comment - 01/Dec/10 12:05 AM
I have had this issue as well with the latest firmware.
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Ryan C added a comment - 01/Dec/10 12:05 AM I have had this issue as well with the latest firmware.
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Dan Conti added a comment - 07/Dec/10 8:44 PM
fixed for next release
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Dan Conti added a comment - 07/Dec/10 8:44 PM fixed for next release
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rafael added a comment - 08/Dec/10 12:20 PM
This appears to be fixed in version 1.0.2.16606
If this same issue happens again, please open a new issue.
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rafael added a comment - 08/Dec/10 12:20 PM This appears to be fixed in version 1.0.2.16606 If this same issue happens again, please open a new issue.
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Dan Conti added a comment - 08/Dec/10 4:03 PM
still more work to do on this, reopening
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Dan Conti added a comment - 08/Dec/10 4:03 PM still more work to do on this, reopening
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rafael added a comment - 09/Dec/10 9:12 AM
still reproduces using 1.0.2.16619
when having 3 File Sources. file sources names is not important to reproduce this issue.
will check again on version >= 1.0.2.16620
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rafael added a comment - 09/Dec/10 9:12 AM still reproduces using 1.0.2.16619 when having 3 File Sources. file sources names is not important to reproduce this issue. will check again on version >= 1.0.2.16620

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Dates

  • Created:
    25/Nov/10 7:33 PM
    Updated:
    Thursday 9:12 AM
    Resolved:
    Wednesday 4:19 PM