Szychowski: Not providing that context throws people in a loop.
Salmonson: Berpcor2: if there are any argument variables left they become undefined
Eschenbrenner: I think I am just S.O.L. :
Szychowski: Cork provided an option up above.
Hiscox: Cork what do you mean by load the player in an iframe sir?
Holmlund: Instead of embedding the player directly in the main page
Nice: Create a separate page with just that part of the html/js
Fahrni: And when the video ends just do window.reload in the iframe
Millonzi: And the entire dom will be thrown away
Athas: Cork: https://jsfiddle.net/3z4knvnt/1/
Veley: Won’t there be a visible refresh?
Kment: If that doesn’t close the socket then nothing you can do will
Elk: Jagst3r15: sure, but so will removing the video element
Dashner: Aren’t you just swapping the source?
Curcio: Uh. cause your removing the image?
Dajer: Jagst3r15: the fix you lined did video.remove
Bickler: Cork my solution was based on that. I am storing the source as a variable and then adding/removing it based on video start/end
Medawar: I don’t think removing source elements will cause the socket to close
Herley: Cork: Are you still here? Too many questions?
Shark: Berpcor2: you dind’t ask a question as far as i saw
Lippoldt: Doesn’t make any sense
Sonnabend: Writing the question in the pb is normally not the best choice
Szychowski: Jagst3r15 in chrome you mean?
Beissel: Berpcor2: if you by redeclare what happens if an argument has the name as a higher scope variable
Gruby: I did a diff and there isn’t much difference
Hatmaker: Berpcor2: then the answer is that you can’t reach the higher variable
Szychowski: Jagst3r15 how are you triggering the error?
Bloedel: As the name gets taken locally
Santigo: Szychowski by going to the end of the initial video and the trying to click on one of the “click me” lis
Puff: Berpcor2: my point was that you should ask the question in the channel, and not just link a pb
Herschel: Berpcor2: else ppl tend to miss the question as you didn’t ask one
Szychowski: Jagst3r15 so what are the differences between the two?
Escamilla: Szychowski https://www.diffchecker.com/c0z6mdta
Szychowski: So what does that mean to you?
Szychowski: I’m asking you to look at it and experiment.
Milillo: Cork: Another words, again, docs should also give me information what exactly arguments order number I should use to p*** my own ones for I could not override usefull information?.
Hochstein: Cork: Ok, I’ll ask the questions in the channel.
Szychowski: Berpcor2 the docs imply the order of the arguments.
Szychowski: Berpcor2 you can name them whatever you want in your callbacks.
Safko: The docs give you what they contain
Szychowski: It’s apart of knowing the language.
Alquijay: Not what you my name them
Pfefferle: You didn’t understand the last sentence. I mean that indirectly I can get knowledge about how I can p*** my own data to function without missing the information which is p***ed to a function by API or some plugin. But I understood you.
Szychowski: Yeah, you can’t really do that.
Ihm: So much confusion over parameters
Szychowski: You can’t “override” whatever the api specifies as the callback arguments.