http://blog.sfgate.com/relationships/2015/01/07/awkward-jimmy-fallons-bungled-date-with-nicole-kidman/ TypeError: x[(x.length - 1)].asApply is not a function shumway.player.js:21725:0 Error: Unexpected: No native class for PerspectiveProjectionClass shumway.player.js:132:39 SyntaxError: Invalid escape \R shumway.player.js:10501:14 "[MASTER] Master initialization completed" viewerPlayer.js:29 "Session #2: loaded 1266/1266" viewerPlayer.js:126 "[MASTER] page has loaded" viewerPlayer.js:29 "[MASTER] Polite Load URL: Master_IL_728x90_Banner.swf" viewerPlayer.js:29 "No native method for: Getter public flash.system::SecurityDomain::$BgcurrentDomain, make sure you've got the static keyword for static methods." shumway.player.js:148 "Calling undefined native method: Getter undefined::$BgcurrentDomain" shumway.player.js:148 uncaught exception: TypeError: u is undefined <unknown>
(In reply to Chris Peterson [:cpeterson] from comment #0) > Error: Unexpected: No native class for PerspectiveProjectionClass This means they're using 2.5D transforms, probably for transition effects. We don't yet have near-term plans for supporting those, but it might not be too hard to do so if they can be mapped to 2.5D CSS transforms cleanly enough. > SyntaxError: Invalid escape \R shumway.player.js:10501:14 This seems to be an issue with xregexp, which we're using to paper over differences between JS regexp engines and Flash's. It apparently rejects \R, whereas Flash silently ignores it and SpiderMonkey matches it when a string contains "\R".
OS: Mac OS X → All
Hardware: x86 → All
Yury is working on 2.5D transform support in another bug.
Assignee: nobody → ydelendik
Summary: sfgate.com video player error: TypeError: x[(x.length - 1)].asApply is not a function → sfgate.com video player error: TypeError: x[(x.length - 1)].asApply is not a function (2.5D transforms)
Till says this SWF now throws some exceptions around ExternalInterface.
3 years ago
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
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