--- Comment #2 from Brian T. McKee <br...@soulspark.org> ---
Youtube videos embedded in web pages, probably.
I get the sense that some of the embedded html5 players and gif players might
disable screen saver as well. I've left them playing because circumstance and
come back to find the screen not locked. Then when i close the tab, everything
goes back to normal.
I've actually thought about how to correct something like this, but it's tough
because you can't tell if the video crashed before being able to re-enable the
screen saver. I guess if you have a timeout, say two hours or something you'll
just annoy the user if he's really watching a video for that long.
Clearly the screen saver enable code should be in a finally: statement, heh.
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