Thanks for clarifying. I'll try it out. BTW, is this behavior documented anywhere like in a release note? Did this change with the release of Safari 5.1?
From: Anders Carlsson <email@hidden> To: Steve Ehrenfried <email@hidden> Cc: Mitchell Laurren-Ring
<email@hidden>; "email@hidden" <email@hidden> Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2011 2:29 PM Subject: Re: Plugin failure on Lion/Safari
I'm saying that a 32-bit plug-in must select either the Core Graphics or Core Animation drawing model or it will be destroyed right away, regardless of whether it does any drawing or not.
On Sep 14, 2011, at 2:28 PM, Steve Ehrenfried wrote:
Are you saying that 32-bit plugins should load
under Safari 5.1 on Lion when the 32-bit flag is checked? What if the plugin doesn't do any drawing? We couldn't get our plugin to load.
From: Anders Carlsson <email@hidden> To: Mitchell Laurren-Ring <email@hidden> Cc:email@hidden Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2011 2:13 PM Subject: Re: Plugin failure on Lion/Safari
are you setting the right drawing and event model?
In 32-bit, if no drawing model is specified that means that the plug-in wants to use the QuickDraw drawing model and since we don't support that, we destroy the plug-in.
I'm not sure why you would get a crash though - maybe your plug-in can't handle being destroyed this early?
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