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authorwm4 <wm4@nowhere>2015-02-16 20:04:15 +0100
committerwm4 <wm4@nowhere>2015-02-16 20:04:29 +0100
commit2308b3a2a6e78c980a568320a44367e394a05238 (patch)
tree7523c45ce62ce3177e852b7ae21e27b22ac24424 /sub/ass_mp.h
parentb63503db04dd38991216bc1bdf4ebc4f84f082e5 (diff)
sub: mess with styling defaults, change --ass-use-margins behavior
Now --ass-use-margins doesn't apply to normal subtitles anymore. This is probably the inverse from the mpv behavior users expected so far, and thus a breaking change, so rename the option, that the user at least has a chance to lookup the option and decide whether the new behavior is wanted or not. The basic idea here is: - plain text subtitles should have a certain useful defalt behavior, like actually using margins - ASS subtitles should never be broken by default - ASS subtitles should look and behave like plaintext subtitles if the --ass-style-override=force option is used This also subtly changes --sub-scale-with-window and adds the --ass- scale-with-window option. Since this one isn't so important, don't bother with compatibility.
Diffstat (limited to 'sub/ass_mp.h')
1 files changed, 1 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/sub/ass_mp.h b/sub/ass_mp.h
index 86c5c7ff0a..4e5cc88554 100644
--- a/sub/ass_mp.h
+++ b/sub/ass_mp.h
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ void mp_ass_add_default_styles(ASS_Track *track, struct MPOpts *opts);
ASS_Track *mp_ass_default_track(ASS_Library *library, struct MPOpts *opts);
struct MPOpts;
-void mp_ass_configure(ASS_Renderer *priv, struct MPOpts *opts,
+void mp_ass_configure(ASS_Renderer *priv, struct MPOpts *opts, bool is_ass,
struct mp_osd_res *dim);
void mp_ass_configure_fonts(ASS_Renderer *priv, struct osd_style_opts *opts,
struct mpv_global *global, struct mp_log *log);