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accessibility: MSAA EVENT_OBJECT_NAMECHANGE fired on all playlist item
jteh
post Jun 22 2011, 05:33
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foobar2000 version: 1.1.7

foobar2000's default user interface implements Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) for its playlist control in order to make it accessible to screen readers and other assistive technologies.

Whenever playback is started or stopped, an EVENT_OBJECT_NAMECHANGE win event is fired on every playlist item from the currently playing item to the end of the playlist. For example, in a playlist containing 2 items, if the first item is playing, EVENT_OBJECT_NAMECHANGE is fired on both items whenever playback is started, paused, resumed or stopped. This becomes a very serious problem in large playlists, as foobar2000 floods the system with unnecessary events, causing some MSAA clients to freeze indefinitely in the worst case. EVENT_OBJECT_NAMECHANGE should only be fired if the name of the item actually changes.

Steps to reproduce:
1. Load or create a playlist containing more than 1 item.
2. Set up an MSAA event inspection tool such as AccEvent or AccProbe to watch the foobar2000 application.
3. Play the first item.
Expected: EVENT_OBJECT_NAMECHANGE should not be fired on any playlist items, as their name has not changed.
Actual: EVENT_OBJECT_NAMECHANGE is fired on all playlist items.

I'd be glad to provide any further information requested or help with debugging.

Thanks,
Jamie
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post Nov 16 2011, 10:26
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Hello,
This has been brought to my attention by -MM- I have then consulted it with Jamie and finally tried to reproduce.
I can confirm it too.
This is most evident with Windows 7 and never because of a newer accessibility framework UIAutomation which is available since that version of Windows by default.
Can this be looked into please?
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