Usability issues watching Peertube videos
I was wondering if other people have these usability issues watching Peertube videos:
- Videos cannot be displayed in full screen, there's always a wide black border.
- The video settings (gear icon second to right) are impossibly hard to get as the menu flashes in a second most of the time. After multiple tries (10 to 20 if not more!!!) it will sometimes stay open for a few seconds; I'm then most of the time unable to access the Quality or Speed submenus.
- These issues happen on both Morph and Demo Browser.
I'm using an OPO on the rc channel.
Well I just checked with Firefox on Android. I have the same menu and submenu issues, so this seems to be a problem with Peertube itself. But fullscreen works.
Am I really the only person on this forum trying to watch videos on Peertube? I find that disappointing.
I would think that this was a community that took open source, privacy and trying to free themselves from Google and its services to heart... Peertube is right down that alley.
I'm trying to encourage the foundation to set up a peertube server for their videos. I'm also hoping for the day when the Q&A can be broadcast on peertube, rather than youtube but, from what I understand, peertube isn't quite ready for that yet.
But to answer your question, the Q&A is the only thing I watch on youtube.
Thanks for your reply, at least that makes two of us trying to use Peertube. Out of a whole community. It's quite unfathomable to me.
Anyway, not to sound ungrateful, I've been contributing to open source projects for the last 10+ years (not as dev but mostly documentation with close coordination with devs) so I think I know something about the other side of the fence. I like the UBports project, I want it to succeed, and I'm commited to using UT as my main device OS. Still, I am really confused by what I consider obvious blind spots, such as this one and a few others (the whole Telegram thing).
BTW I found a workaround about the full screen issue: in the address bar, change the /watch/ in the url for /embed/.