Chromium M65 - Upcoming Audio Feature Depreciation Warning

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  • Problem Description

    Chromium M64 (NW.js v0.28.0) is warning about an upcoming depreciation of an audio related feature.

    I assume the feature that is using this depreciated code will stop working in M65 and needs to be updated soon.

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    Description of Capx

    [Deprecation] AudioParam value setter will become equivalent to AudioParam.setValueAtTime() in M65, around March 2018  See https://webaudio.github.io/web-audio-api/#dom-audioparam-value for more details.
    instanceProto.onCreate  Audio_plugin.js:2509
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    [b]Steps to Reproduce Bug[/b]
    [ul]
        [li] Create a new project
        [/li][li] Add the audio plugin
        [/li][li] Preview the project in Chromium M64[/li][/ul]
        
    [b]Observed Result[/b]
    The console gives out a warning.
        
    [b]Expected Result[/b]
    No depreciation warning.
        
    [b]Affected Browsers[/b]
    [ul]
        [li] Chrome: (YES)
        [/li][li] FireFox: (NO)
        [/li][li] Internet Explorer: (NO)[/li][/ul]
        
    [b]Operating System and Service Pack[/b]
    Win 7 64bit
        
    [b]Construct 2 Version ID[/b]
    r252
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  • I don't think this is anything to worry about - it's not a removal of the feature, it's just slightly changing the way it works. AFAICT currently we just set a "value" property when we want to do something like change the volume, but in Chrome that actually does a very short crossfade or some effect like that. I think they're warning that they are going to remove that effect and make it set immediately. Which is pretty much what we wanted in the first place!

  • Good to know, always a bit concerned about these types of warnings.

    Thanks for the info and feel free to close this report.

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