youtube videos ALWAYS rotate 90 degrees
When I play a youtube video in the FF Android browser, with the phone held "normally" i.e. longest side of phone held vertically, and I press the little icon in the corner of the video to make it "full screen", the video ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS, rotates 90 degrees, which I dont want it to do. I hesitate to call this "landscape" because I'm not rotating the phone.
This behavior is unaffected whether in auto-rotate mode, or portrait mode. Chrome does not have this issue. My phone is a samsung galaxy A12, Android 11, latest FF browser.
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YouTube videos are presented in a landscape format. By default, when your Android device is in a portrait orientation, the video is already filling a large part of the screen. If you select the full screen view in YouTube, the video expands to bed full screen as you have requested.
Well, like I said, youtube videos are not doing this in chrome. This shows firefox is behaving differently than chrome insofar as watching the youtube videos. I prefer the way chrome behaves. To each his own.
Thank you for your feedback.