Getting audio players to play their respective streams out of their element


#1347

The instructions from post #1338 work for Firefox as well as for Chrome.


#1348

What do I click on in the firefox browser?


#1349

Click on the reported line number.


#1350


#1351

It was line 208 that was being reported to you.

Next up from my instructions, are:


#1352


#1353

207 - line BELOW the function name


#1354

That is right, 207 is the line that you should breakpoint, though it will work with line 208 as well.


#1355

ok. 207 is now highlighted instead.


#1356

What is next from my instructions, that seems to have been ignored for many hours.

Ahh, here we go.


#1357

I see a whole list of things now.


#1358

You will see that the Call Stack area has a list of functions that have been called, up to the pause in execution.
And, you can hover over variables to find out what they contain.Hover over the button parameter and you'll see that it's undefined.

So in the call stack, go to the handler function.


#1359

overlauy

or

play button.

overly, right?


#1360

Please explain further about what you mean there.


#1361

I think that you don't know what I meant when I said Call stack, because there's only one handler shown there.


#1362


#1363

What is the heading of that area on the right panel? Scroll up to find the heading.


#1364

hide initialoverlay


#1365

No that's not the heading The section heading is shown in that right panel on a grey background.


#1366
  • Find the section heading
  • learn where you've gone wrong
  • figure out where the call stacks are
  • and then make further progress from there.