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Posted 26 Mar 2013Thanks,
I've had a look at the codec and size, and both seem to be within the acceptable ones defined. I've also tried using a few rstp links for videos from youtube onto the device to no avail, they produce the same issue.
I found that one of my videos in the raw folder had upper case letters in its name, this caused the videoview to not work properly with any video, not sure why it was such a huge failure even when not using the incorrectly named video.
Posted 3 Mar 2013Ah I see, Brilliant! Thank you very much
Posted 20 Feb 2013Great tutorial thanks.
The only problem was that like others I couldn't get it to run. However, (minimal amount of) other code I've seen has the following at the bottom, I've added that and it works, for me, I'm just reading up on what that actually does.
if __name__ == "__main__": game()
Posted 28 Jan 2013Duh, petitioning is yelling with text, whereas "secur(ing) an adjournment" is... something different.
Pretty much...it means that if the petition gets enough support they actually have to vote on whether to do something or not where as an adjournment debate, is just them talking about it but not doing anything.
QuoteThankfully I was able to track down a 'why'. Lack of performance and medals means lack of funding. A simple quid-pro-quo.
Plenty of sports didn't meet their targets but got more funding, ideally Sport UK will reconsider their "No Compromise" approach, but that's a long shot.
A site with a bit more info http://www.fundbritishbasketball.com/ (but of course it's just lots of people supporting on there)
Posted 11 Dec 2012Thanks Spam,
But yes I'd given that version a go as well but to no avail. I'm thinking I'll either go without the rotating, or find a different solution until this one is sorted.
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