[jitsi-dev] 64-bit Windows version keybinding issues


#1

Hi,
I am working with Jitsi on Windows 7 64-bit. I've tried several different
versions and they all seem to have the same issue. I cannot get the
keybindings to work with the 64-bit version of Jitsi. If I install the
32-bit version they work fine. I'm having some other odd issues with the
32-bit version but I'm wondering if that would be resolved by using the
64-bit version. The keybindings are necessary to work with the headset that
I have. Has anyone else run into this issue or know where I could start to
debug the problem?

Thanks,

Nate


#2

Hello,

The issue with the keybindings on the 64-bit version of Jitsi is known. Can
you please create a ticket for this issue?

Can you describe the other issues on the 32-bit version that you mentioned?

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On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 9:28 PM, Nate Renbarger <nate.renbarger@gmail.com>wrote:

Hi,
I am working with Jitsi on Windows 7 64-bit. I've tried several different
versions and they all seem to have the same issue. I cannot get the
keybindings to work with the 64-bit version of Jitsi. If I install the
32-bit version they work fine. I'm having some other odd issues with the
32-bit version but I'm wondering if that would be resolved by using the
64-bit version. The keybindings are necessary to work with the headset that
I have. Has anyone else run into this issue or know where I could start to
debug the problem?

Thanks,

Nate

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#3

There are some odd things, I haven't had a chance to dig through the logs
yet.

One is that the GUI will occasionally lock up, the program itself is still
running as you can receive calls and use hotkeys to answer but the only way
to get it back is to end task and restart it.

Also settings are being lost seemingly randomly. Sometimes it's hotkeys or
codec settings but I've even seen it lose accounts and have to go back in
and set the accounts back up. If I see this issue again I'll look in the
config xml to see if it's gone from there as well.

Every time Jitsi starts I'm getting a message that
jmsoutlookaddrbookcomserver32.exe has crashed. We're not using any outlook
integration so that one us not an issue for me.

Are those issues any one else has noticed?

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On May 29, 2013 8:23 AM, "Hristo Terezov" <hristo@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello,

The issue with the keybindings on the 64-bit version of Jitsi is known.
Can you please create a ticket for this issue?

Can you describe the other issues on the 32-bit version that you mentioned?

On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 9:28 PM, Nate Renbarger <nate.renbarger@gmail.com>wrote:

Hi,
I am working with Jitsi on Windows 7 64-bit. I've tried several different
versions and they all seem to have the same issue. I cannot get the
keybindings to work with the 64-bit version of Jitsi. If I install the
32-bit version they work fine. I'm having some other odd issues with the
32-bit version but I'm wondering if that would be resolved by using the
64-bit version. The keybindings are necessary to work with the headset that
I have. Has anyone else run into this issue or know where I could start to
debug the problem?

Thanks,

Nate

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#4

Okay, I had a chance to sit down and play with this a bit this afternoon. I
had the issue where the accounts disappeared. I had rebooted into safe mode
to test some things and when I booted back into normal Windows the accounts
were gone. I looked in the preferences file and there was nothing in there
about any accounts. I added the accounts back and it worked fine.

Also with XMPP the contact list will occasionally populate double contacts,
every contact is on the list twice. I looked in the contacts file when that
happened and there was only one listing for each contact. To resolve it you
simply have to disable the XMPP account and re-enable it and it comes up
properly. I am using Openfire XMPP server and have it set up with a group
directory that it pushes to all clients so there may be something in the
interaction there that is causing the double contacts issue.

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On Sun, Jun 2, 2013 at 6:29 PM, Nate Renbarger <nate.renbarger@gmail.com>wrote:

There are some odd things, I haven't had a chance to dig through the logs
yet.

One is that the GUI will occasionally lock up, the program itself is still
running as you can receive calls and use hotkeys to answer but the only way
to get it back is to end task and restart it.

Also settings are being lost seemingly randomly. Sometimes it's hotkeys or
codec settings but I've even seen it lose accounts and have to go back in
and set the accounts back up. If I see this issue again I'll look in the
config xml to see if it's gone from there as well.

Every time Jitsi starts I'm getting a message that
jmsoutlookaddrbookcomserver32.exe has crashed. We're not using any outlook
integration so that one us not an issue for me.

Are those issues any one else has noticed?
On May 29, 2013 8:23 AM, "Hristo Terezov" <hristo@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello,

The issue with the keybindings on the 64-bit version of Jitsi is known.
Can you please create a ticket for this issue?

Can you describe the other issues on the 32-bit version that you
mentioned?

On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 9:28 PM, Nate Renbarger <nate.renbarger@gmail.com >> > wrote:

Hi,
I am working with Jitsi on Windows 7 64-bit. I've tried several
different versions and they all seem to have the same issue. I cannot get
the keybindings to work with the 64-bit version of Jitsi. If I install the
32-bit version they work fine. I'm having some other odd issues with the
32-bit version but I'm wondering if that would be resolved by using the
64-bit version. The keybindings are necessary to work with the headset that
I have. Has anyone else run into this issue or know where I could start to
debug the problem?

Thanks,

Nate

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