I’m not able to reproduce a configuration which I had before.
The plot: openSUSE 11.1 i586, seamonkey 1.1.18, MPlayer dev-SVN-r30099-4.3-openSUSE Linux 11.1 (i686)-Packman = MPlayer-1.0rc2_r30099-1.pm.1.1, mplayerplug-in-3.55+cvs20090923-0.pm.2.2
My old system which died in a catastrophic hardware failure did write the URLs of all movies played with mplayerplug-in to a file located at $HOME/Movies/playlist.
How can I configure the new system to do it again?
Not sure which options you were using, but there are several listed here mplayerplug-in
Thank you. I came across that page when I did a search to find the right configuration item. But there is absolutely nothing.
It could be something to set for mplayer itself or for seamonkey???
Sorry, I’m not sure. I only see options to download movies and not url’s. Maybe look for a seamonkey plugin?
I hit my head against a solid brick wall and it comes to me that the desired behaviour was achieved setting some obscure option for seamonkey in about:config (but not 100% sure about this).
Well. I jumped into the reference site About:config - MozillaZine Knowledge Base but still unable to find it.
The story goes on. I have asked the gurus on the mozilla forum and got a loud NO! There is no such setting in about:config.
In the meantime I was able to rescue /etc and $HOME/.mplayer and $HOME/.mozilla from the crashed disk. There are no significant differences in the config files. I really wonder how I did the trick to get the URL’s logged two years ago. It seems I’m searching the needle in the haystack.
Could it be that mplayerplug-in lost a feature with the update?