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> [X] Drag&Drop from Firefox 3.5 bug, JPEGs recognized as image/bmp
Danez
post Jul 5 2009, 14:25
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With Firefox 3.0 when i directly dragged a file from the Browser to mp3tag, the file was embedded as image/jpeg.

with Firefox 3.5 the file gets embedded as image/bmp, and that's causing problems with Winamp for Example.

Is this possible to fix?

version: 2.43a

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LyricsLover
post Jul 5 2009, 14:56
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I can confirm this behaviour. Would be nice to get back the JPGs or another solution to extract the pictures as JPG.
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post Jul 6 2009, 21:22
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Seems like this has been changed with Firefox 3.5 where the image is a temporary BMP file referenced in the HDROP drag'n'drop structure.

It's more an issue with Firefox than with Mp3tag and I'm not sure whether I should try to workaround this.


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post Jul 6 2009, 22:41
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Could you convert it to a *.jpg during the extract-process? ph34r.gif

I found this info in another forum:
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FF 3.5 now supports the filelist and this filelist points definitely to a bmp file located in the %Temp% path!

Some Tests:

Drop a PNG image from IE 8 into paint.net -> PNG file is opened in paint.net.
Drop a PNG image from FF 3.5 into paint.net-> BMP file is opened in paint.net.
Try to drop a PNG image from FF 3.0 into paint.net -> not possible.


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post Jul 6 2009, 22:52
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ZITAT(LyricsLover @ Jul 6 2009, 23:41) *
Could you convert it to a *.jpg during the extract-process? ph34r.gif

I found this info in another forum:


I also reported this in the firefox bugtrack, but the marked it as duplicate of a bug created in 2000, so i don't think they care or it's already fixed in trunk.

The funny thing is that dropping a image to the desktop/explorer is creating a *.jpg.

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post Jul 6 2009, 22:58
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ZITAT(Danez @ Jul 6 2009, 23:52) *
The funny thing is that dropping a image to the desktop/explorer is creating a *.jpg.
YES! Thats exactly what I found 2 minutes before. rolleyes.gif If you drag & drop a jpg-picture from bild.de to your explorer, you get a JPG. But if you drag & drop the same jpg-picture to Mp3tag, it makes a image/bmp. Strange... w00t.gif
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post Jul 12 2009, 20:25
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I think that this should be fixed on Firefox side. Can you please post the link to the bug for future reference?

Thanks!

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Danez
post Jul 12 2009, 20:31
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ZITAT(Florian @ Jul 12 2009, 21:25) *
I think that this should be fixed on Firefox side. Can you please post the link to the bug for future reference?

Thanks!

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https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=502453
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post Jul 13 2009, 17:29
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Unfortunately, they don't really care about this bug at Mozilla, right?
Is there anything we can do about this (annoying!) behaviour?

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post Jul 19 2009, 09:32
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Just FYI, I've commented on the bug report.


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post Jul 19 2009, 10:30
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Thank you for the additional informations.

I just ask you:
How difficult would it be to implement a conversion from *.bmp to *.jpg inside Mp3tag? I have no idea if there are existing libraries for such a task.

And another thing:
With the file-explorer from windows the drag&drop from FF works. How can they make it work in file-explorer?

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post Jul 19 2009, 14:00
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I don't know how drag'n'drop to Windows Explorer works internally in FF 3.5 but I've added a workaround for this issue with the current Development Build.


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