Player volume adjustments aren't saving
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Level 25 Taggist
post #100670 :: 2018.06.08 7:49pm
  BotA and MiDoRi liēkd this
everytime i load a new track, the volume slides back to 100% and it hurts my ears :(

is there a way to lock this setting?
Level 20 Pixelist
post #100687 :: 2018.06.09 1:38am
  kleeder liēkd this
O yeah, it always irked me too, would be nice if it remembered its last value, Puke
Level 23 Chipist
post #100724 :: 2018.06.10 7:27am
  MiDoRi and kleeder liēkd this
Or default to 50% volume instead of 100%
Level 8 Grafxicist
post #100761 :: 2018.06.11 11:21am
  kleeder liēkd this
Yeah.. it's scared 90% of the time the shit out of me.
Level 27 Hostist
post #100776 :: 2018.06.11 8:38pm
  BotA, kleeder and anewuser liēkd this
Attaching volume to your cookies would be the easiest solution for me, but would only remember on one browser and get reset on logout.

Otherwise, I could add a parameter to your BotBr object and it would be permanent against your account across all browsers...

which do y'all prefer?
Level 25 Taggist
post #100788 :: 2018.06.12 3:17am
  sleeparrow and BotA liēkd this
i prefer the cookie-solution, because i've got different optimal settings for different devices (desktop-pc, laptop etc)
Level 8 Grafxicist
post #100792 :: 2018.06.12 10:55am
  sleeparrow, MiDoRi, Galgox, Slimeball and kleeder liēkd this
Giww mee thee cookies!!
Level 27 Hostist
post #100793 :: 2018.06.12 12:30pm
  anewuser, BotA and kleeder liēkd this
Actually, the volume cookie could either be tied as part of the session cookie or independent of that -- problem is without adjusting the volume before the cookie expires you'll still get that jump scare. I'll fiddle with this soon and have more insight.
Level 25 Taggist
post #100805 :: 2018.06.12 2:26pm
  BotA liēkd this
i think, default 50% is a good option, like flaminglog said. and then, additionally, saving the custom setting with a cookie (session or independent, idk)
Level 8 Grafxicist
post #100806 :: 2018.06.12 2:29pm :: edit 2018.06.12 2:33pm
  Slimeball and kleeder liēkd this
i agree with this!
It's better to make things louder, thên to get a heart attack. :D
Level 27 Hostist
post #100868 :: 2018.06.14 12:36am
  Cessor Safari, sleeparrow, Titan of Plasma, petet, Sintel, tfx, kleeder and Grumskiz liēkd this

It may not appear to start at 50% on the slider, but it's 50% of volume. The slider/volume relationship is an exponential curve because audio.
Level 27 Hostist
post #100881 :: 2018.06.14 9:36am
  sleeparrow, anewuser and kleeder liēkd this
Apparently the cookie volume isn't being applied to the single track player popup. Which makes no sense because they both use the html5 audio playing javascript. Will check it out sometime soon.
Level 25 Taggist
post #100882 :: 2018.06.14 9:48am
yeah, i wanted to add this. but thanks for the new default nonetheless
Level 26 Chipist
post #100887 :: 2018.06.14 4:39pm :: edit 2018.06.14 4:42pm
  Sintel and kleeder liēkd this
Oh wow every track on this site has its own volume setting now.
I have to go through every single track on this site just so I can put it at 100%.
Level 27 Hostist
post #101182 :: 2018.06.24 11:39pm
  kleeder liēkd this
this should be fixed now
might need a hard refresh on the player window
Level 26 Chipist
post #101184 :: 2018.06.25 3:22am :: edit 2018.06.25 4:50am
Now the player no longer works with Safari 5. was not expecting this at all.
Level 27 Hostist
post #101189 :: 2018.06.25 8:23am :: edit 2018.06.25 9:46am
well that sucks -- lemme check the diff

[EDIT] OH nice safari is being "helpful"
`Unhandled Promise Rejection: NotAllowedError: The request is not allowed by the user agent or the platform in the current context, possibly because the user denied permission.`
Also, I have no idea if we're experiencing the same error in Safari since I'm on version 11 and you're on 5.

[EDITEDIT] seems the error I'm having in Safari is from a change from about 12 months ago. Can you confirm this error? Also I think this was causing some breakage for iPhones.
Level 26 Chipist
post #101191 :: 2018.06.25 12:26pm :: edit 2018.06.27 5:46am
Weirdly enough The HTML5 player does still seem to work on Safari 11 on my MacMini. it also still works on Mozilla FireFox 48.0.2.
Edit, looks like Mozilla FireFox is the winner for the HTML5 Player on here, because now Safari 11 just sits.

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