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How can I block the drop down minipalyer?

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How can I block the dropdown video miniplayer in Firefox 120.0.1 on Windows 11? It doesn't happen in MS Edge.

I've already set the following with no results:

media.autoplay.default = 5 media.autoplay.blocking_policy = 2 media.autoplay.allow-extension-background-pages = false media.autoplay.block-event.enabled = true media.block-autoplay-until-in-foreground = false

Is there a setting that I've missed? Can the miniplayer somehow be blocked using userContent.css? Can the miniplayer be totally removed from Firefox?

How can I block the dropdown video miniplayer in Firefox 120.0.1 on Windows 11? It doesn't happen in MS Edge. I've already set the following with no results: media.autoplay.default = 5 media.autoplay.blocking_policy = 2 media.autoplay.allow-extension-background-pages = false media.autoplay.block-event.enabled = true media.block-autoplay-until-in-foreground = false Is there a setting that I've missed? Can the miniplayer somehow be blocked using userContent.css? Can the miniplayer be totally removed from Firefox?

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Though I'm not a coder and I don't know what I'm doing, I got it to work via trial and error. The first entry works so I added the other domains. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

@-moz-document domain(foxnews.com){

.featured.featured-video.video-ct.sticky-video .contain {
 display: none !important;
}

}

@-moz-document domain(foxbusinessnews.com){

.featured.featured-video.video-ct.sticky-video .contain {
 display: none !important;
}

}

@-moz-document domain(foxbusiness.com){

.featured.featured-video.video-ct.sticky-video .contain {
 display: none !important;
}

}

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What website do you see this miniplayer on? An extension could possibly be blocking it on Edge.

Firefox has a Picture-in-Picture player but it must be opened manually by clicking the button on videos or pressing Ctrl+Shift+].

Does it still appear in Troubleshoot Mode?

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I guess it could be media.hardwaremediakeys.enabled.

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The dropdown video happens in troubleshooting mode too. The media.hardwaremediakeys.enabled was already set to false. Toggling it had no effect.

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Is this about the mini player that some websites display if you scroll the page to keep the video in view ? If the video isn't started then you shouldn't get this mini player.

Can you post a link to a page where the media prefs aren't blocking the player ?

You can check the player in the Inspector to get its selector (#id or .classname), you would have to scroll up in the DOM to find the outer element that contains the player and add a rule to your current userContent.css to hide this player. Enclose this rule in a @-moz-document domain(){} block to apply the rule only to this domain.

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The issue seems to be only with Fox website videos such as https://www.foxnews.com/video/6342556974112 and https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/video-shows-michigan-mom-punching-store-clerk-front-1-year-old-daughter-police.

media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.enabled is set to false but picture-in-picture still pops up.

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This is not about the Firefox PiP features, but is done by the website via JavaScript and CSS. There is the main .video-container DIV element and within that a DIV .sticky-wrapper that gets an extra .sticky-player once you scroll down. You can hide the .sticky-player DIV, but that leaves the .video-container DIV that has a padding-bottom property which is scrollable. I don't know hide to hide the .video-container DIV via CSS only when there is .sticky-player DIV present. This looks a bit ugly depending on the width of the window.

@-moz-document
 domain(www.foxbusiness.com),
 domain(www.foxnews.com) {
  .video-container .sticky-player {
    display:none!important;
  }
}

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You can use an extension like Kill Sticky or AlwaysKillSticky to hide sticky parts of the page like miniplayers.

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Though I'm not a coder and I don't know what I'm doing, I got it to work via trial and error. The first entry works so I added the other domains. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

@-moz-document domain(foxnews.com){

.featured.featured-video.video-ct.sticky-video .contain {
 display: none !important;
}

}

@-moz-document domain(foxbusinessnews.com){

.featured.featured-video.video-ct.sticky-video .contain {
 display: none !important;
}

}

@-moz-document domain(foxbusiness.com){

.featured.featured-video.video-ct.sticky-video .contain {
 display: none !important;
}

}

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