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Firefox cannot scroll over iframe content
I created a website which has an embedded Vimeo video in an iframe. In Chrome and Safari I can scroll down past this video when the cursor is on the video. In Firefox, I cannot do this. It does not permit scrolling unless the cursor is not on top of the video, which makes for an atrocious user experience. When can this bug be addressed?
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You can only scroll over a video if the HTML5 media player is used. If a plugin (e.g. Shockwave Flash) is used then this isn't working, so you need to make sure that the cursor doen't come within the player area when scrolling a page.
I appreciate your response, but it sounds like what you're saying is that Firefox shouldn't be expected to perform properly (as Chrome and Safari do) when it comes to scrolling over embedded videos.
Can I presume this means that addressing this issue is not on the road map for any future version of Firefox?
Firefox passes control to the plugin when the plugin gets focus when you hover the plugin. That makes it possible to scroll content that the plugin displays. This is also a problem with the keyboard that no longer works for other things. I don't know if this is a problem with plugins that would need to pass control back to Firefox if they can't process mouse and key press events or a limitation of the NPAPI implementation.