Description of problem:
gxine-0.5.905-6 can't re-play music(.ogg file) after stop playing, also the pause button doesn't work.
I run Fedora 16 Alpha RC5 LXDE live image(Fedora-16-Alpha-x86_64-Live-LXDE.iso)
Fedora 15 LXDE live image's gxine works correctly.
That version is gxine-0.5.905-5
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Download an ogg file by browser
2.Open a File Manager and go to Download directory
3.Double click the ogg file to start playing
4.Push stop button
5.Push play button
Didn't start play the track
To start playing the track from 0 sec
Testcase is here.
Created attachment 518640 [details]
gxine console log
Created attachment 518641 [details]
gxine messages log
Created attachment 518642 [details]
gxine plugins log
I attached logs that are from "xine engine log output" dialog but "trace" log was empty so I didn't attach it.
Proposing as a blocker for Fedora 16 beta because it interferes with the "audio basic" testcase  that is part of the desktop beta test plan.
Discussed at 2011-09-02 blocker review meeting. Agreed that this is NTH, as it's a 'blocker' for a non-release-blocking desktop: LXDE (gxine is LXDE's default audio player).
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