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Colour picker windows glitch, slight UI problem
post Dec 4 2008, 05:46
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I found a small problem when using the default UI along with the spectrogram visualiser: go into the 'colours and fonts' preferences page, and double click one of the coloured boxes to bring up a colour picker window. Now, right click on the spectrogram visualiser, go to 'Colours...', and double click one of the coloured boxes there. Instead of opening a new colour picker, the window for the old one simply flashes. This occurs even though I'm trying to change the colour of two different parts of the UI, and trying to do this from two different parts of the UI.

Also, I was trying to have two of the windows open was so that I could change one of the colours in the visualisation to be the same as the selection colour in the UI.


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post Dec 4 2008, 19:19
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The problem is that you are trying to open two modal dialogs. Foobar2000 prevents this since it would lead to very serious problems (foobar2000 would crash if you closed the modal dialogs in the wrong order). The flashing tells you that you need to close the first color picker before you can open another one.

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