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API .remove() command doesn't work if player has no sources defined

See original GitHub issue

To reproduce the issue:

  1. Go to (you should have a player with three sources) image

  2. Run the following commands on the browser console: players = window.OvenPlayer.getPlayerList() <- Store players loaded players[0].remove() <- Remove the player (the page should look like the image below) image window.OvenPlayer.create("player", { mute: true }); <- Create another player instance players = window.OvenPlayer.getPlayerList() -> Store players loaded again players[0].remove() -> Try to remove it

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:8 (6 by maintainers)

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SangwonOhcommented, Feb 25, 2022

Consider it resolved and close the issue. Please reopen for further discussion.

SangwonOhcommented, May 31, 2021

@gusbmello Processing is not smooth when OvenPlayer is created as an empty source. If a player is created with an empty source or a specified source, it seems that load and remove processing should be done neatly in each. Thanks for the report and I will fix it soon.

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