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    Default A page with multiple video players (yt) each having playlists with thumbnails II

    I recently submitted a script for creating a page with multiple video players (youtube) each having playlists with thumbnails here. That script puts each playlist in a different container div. I then thought people might want to have all players + thumbnails in one single div. HERE's a demo page using a script that takes care of that. With lots of explanations.
    Arie Molendijk.
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    I modified my script. One big improvement is that the info on top of the video doesn't cut off part of the video anymore. Modified demo HERE.
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    That's very cool!

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    Looks to be working fine in chrome, ie9 and safari.
    The only suggestion I can add, is that when the video you are watching finishes, it goes back to the screen which you get when the x is pressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie1227 View Post
    Looks to be working fine in chrome, ie9 and safari.
    Works even in Win/IE7, I tested it.
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    fine in firefox, just noticed, there is a slight positioning problem when the window is small, I noticed this on opera, haven't tested on other browsers yet:
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    You mean one of the links at the bottom left going over the playlist? The links shouldn't be there, normally.
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    major positioning problem when the window is minimised a lot:
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    OK, I see now what you mean.
    That is something which has nothing to do with the script, but with how I style all my pages.
    To avoid superfluous scrollbars in normal window size situations, I always make it so that all the elements on my pages grow and shrink proportionally depending on the window size.
    That means that if you minimize the window a lot, some elements may be too small.
    That's the price I pay for the way I like to style my elements. But again, it has nothing to do with the script.
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    alright, I see, however, you may wish to think about setting a 'min-height' on the div, to prevent it from being squashed too much.
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    I modified my script. One big improvement is that the info on top of the video doesn't cut off part of the video anymore. Modified demo HERE.
    Arie.

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