TL;DR Go to about:config, look for these settings and change their values.
To remove the fullscreen fading: full-screen-api.transition-duration.enter => 0 0 full-screen-api.transition-duration.leave => 0 0 full-screen-api.transition.timeout => 0 To remove the fullscreen warning: - full-screen-api.warning.timeout => 0 Did you ever notice how long does a video go fullscreen on Firefox? I mean, you double click it, the screen goes black, and a second-ish later the video actually appears.
It’s been a couple of weeks since I switched to Firefox because I want to support The Open Internet and Mozilla says it’s an ethical browser. Even though, being ethical or not, I don’t agree with the idea of Google controlling every corner of the web. So after switching I noticed something that really itched me instantly: opening autoplayed videos pages in new tab doesn’t autoplay.
In Chrome autplay videos do not auplay until the tab is in foreground or active.
Hello people, I am realising that the most effortless way for me to think on blog topics is to talk about relatively recent problems that I’ve had to solve. So that’s what I’m gonna do today, well not today actually, because I write this articles in a course of days and not in a single day.
After this brief introductory paragraph about my thoughts I’m gonna start to relate how did I solve the problem stated in the title.