There was a temporary workaround to make the player work after June 30, 2013, but it’s no longer applicable.
Jaap Spitz and Eric Din attempted to revitalize the player, but these attempts possibly conflict with Yahoo! Terms of Service.
After seeing that no direct replacement is available I have created an add-on (jPlayer Jukebox) for jPlayer media library to replicate Yahoo! Media Player functionality.
Please visit dedicated jPlayer Jukebox add-on page for demo, installation and usage information.
Initial version doesn’t support all of the Yahoo! Media Player functionality, features will be gradually added based on feedback from users.
Hello! Thank you very much for yor work!
I have a question: how can i determine the “ended” event? The event of ending of track or playlist?
Please see $.jPlayer.event.ended event.
I thought so too, but even this simple code doesn’t alert:
I think I understand now. I reviewed the code and I see that I disabled
endedevent handler internally.
Use the following workaround until I see if I can avoid disabling
endedevent, see this example.
Thank you! It works! ) Спасибо!
And one more question: jukebox dont support “m4a” files by default?
Or may be I’m doing something wrong?
Oh, it works with:
Doesn’t work from https and playing music files from http
It’s not an issue with the jPlayer and the jPlayer Jukebox add-on. It’s a feature of the browser preventing disclosure of sensitive content, see Mixed content for more information.