I have a FLVPlayback component which I have modified to the
core.There is one problem with the volume slider. Im using Flash
Professional 8 with XP, and the skin Im using is
"steelExternalAll". Suppose I load some file into the contentPath,
it plays, and I drag the volume slider up (100%) and down(0%) for a
couple of time I get a bug. The bug is that when Im finally in the
down state, with 0% I still hear the sound which was in the
previous status, say 38 or 50%. And it happens in the reverse too.
Why is this happening? Can i resolve it?
I tried doing this using a fresh FLASH file, still the result
is the same. It happens once in a 10 times, but this surely is a
defect i need to handle. I dont think I have enough API's to do
something serious. Can anyone help me out?
Greetings. Felt so glad when I saw your reply saying that the
problem was with the skinning, because I did one hell of a
skinning. But I had a crosscheck. I tool a sample
"steelExternalAll" skin, just like it is in the component panel,
and just added a contentPath. Simple. I checked for the volume
slider problem, and there it was.
I can find the problem in the normal unmodified skin. This is
the same problem I face. Can this be solved. There is no other code
piece Im using other than the one given below.