I’m affected by this. Storied from PBS appears the only one of my followed channels to exhibit this, though it may very well just be the only one with audio description tracks provided. For instance, this video has the first description at t=71 (”A huge orange eye opens”). As with Yuseldin’s example, the descriptive track is available, but not selected by default when I open the video in a browser.
Yes, they’re dismissible. They can even be brought back on after that (with another tap), and then they do disappear on their own.
I’ve updated Android on the tablet since reporting this, it’s now running Android 11 with One UI 3.1, with no change in the behavior as reported.
I’ve also tested landscape, portrait and autorotate modes, all with the same result.
Hi @TacoTheDank! Yes, this is still reproducible with 0.22.1 and the steps above, plus a disabled ”Start main player in fullscreen”, which, if enabled, prevents the issue from triggering. (I’ll edit the report to add this.)
I normally have that option enabled, so this usually doesn’t affect me anymore, but it’s still there.
- I am using the latest version – v0.22.1
- I checked, but didn’t find any duplicates (open OR closed) of this issue in the repo.
- I have read the contribution guidelines
- This issue contains only one bug. I will open one issue for every bug report I want to file.
Steps to reproduce the bug
- Disable ”Start main player in fullscreen” in NewPipe settings
- Have a somewhat slow-to-load video (for whatever reason)
- Open the video in Newpipe
- Before video details (such as duration) have loaded, tap to switch to fullscreen
The playback controls remain on screen while the video plays, I have to tap once more to make them go away.
The playback controls should disappear like they do when switching to fullscreen after the video details have loaded (and playback has begun).
- Android version/Custom ROM version: Android 10 with OneUI 2.5
- Device model: Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e