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MovieView.IsControllerVisible

Returns an indication of whether the QTMovieView has been requested to display a built-in movie controller user interface.

Component Version macOS Windows Server FileMaker Cloud FileMaker iOS SDK
MovieView 3.0 Yes No No No No

MBS( "MovieView.IsControllerVisible"; MovieViewReference )

Parameters

Parameter Description Example value
MovieViewReference The name of the container where to look for a movie view. "movie"

Result

Returns 1 if visible and 0 if not.

Description

Returns an indication of whether the QTMovieView has been requested to display a built-in movie controller user interface.
Using the MovieView.SetControllerVisible method, the client tells QTMovieView whether or not to display a user interface for controlling the movie within its bounds. Using the isControllerVisible method, the client can determine whether a QTMovieView has been configured to display such an interface. By using the controllerBarHeight method, you can determine the height of the portion of the QTMovieView that is required to display that interface. Note that some types of QuickTime content are authored to display their own user interface; for those types of content it is possible for the ControllerBarHeight method to return 0 even when the MovieView.IsControllerVisible method returns 1.

See also


MovieView.IsBackButtonVisible   -   MovieView.IsCustomButtonVisible

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