Created attachment 8642468 [details] TMLSselector This is the initial selector dialog from which I select "Picture Administration"
Created attachment 8642469 [details] TMLSpictureadministration This is the dialog which contains 25 place-holders for photos.
Created attachment 8642471 [details] TMLSuploader This is the uploader dialog which sits over the picture administration dialog (why I mentioned "nested"). It contains the code to display the Browse(flash) button, yet I get no query to allow it to display.
Created attachment 8643669 [details] HTML5.jpg Here's an example of a ~7:15 minute video showing over an hour. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/08/05/listen-to-the-answer-donald-trump-gives-when-bill-oreilly-presses-him-to-get-specific-on-plan-to-make-mexico-pay-for-wall-so-simple/
Created attachment 8643670 [details] HTML5c.jpg While adding the previous attachment, another artifact of this bug exposed itself... the clock continues, then the video/audio starts/stops playing at random points within the original video. That happened twice in this video; then the clock jumped to 1:00:43/1:00:43 and stopped.
The current behavior of Ask to allow for me is to show a content modal box that covers up page content and steals focus, going one step beyond the needs attention behavior that does not allow the taskbar to auto-hide, a "taskbar alert", if you will. When you hit the x or ignore it, it shows up again immediately stealing focus again. There is no option for don't ask again for this session. It would be better if it was a strip across the window that does not block content at all. Any indication of "needs attention", the "taskbar alert" or "stealing focus", is undesirable for me.
Never mind, different bug
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