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Is it possible to add a timeline to a picture in picture mode?

S10
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Hello, I usually watch tutorials to learn. However, sometimes tutorial is moving too fast and I need to scroll back the time line to double check if the steps I followed were correct. At this current version I could not find any settings where I could add a timeline to a picture-in-picture mode. Thus making it quite inconvenient for me to go back to Firefox to scroll back my tutorial and play again. Please have a look at the screen shot I have provided.

I hope in the next release I could scroll my videos back and forth in the picture-in-picture mode. Thank you.

Hello, I usually watch tutorials to learn. However, sometimes tutorial is moving too fast and I need to scroll back the time line to double check if the steps I followed were correct. At this current version I could not find any settings where I could add a timeline to a picture-in-picture mode. Thus making it quite inconvenient for me to go back to Firefox to scroll back my tutorial and play again. Please have a look at the screen shot I have provided. I hope in the next release I could scroll my videos back and forth in the picture-in-picture mode. Thank you.
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Thanks for the feedback. I'd recommend submitting feedback though this survey too:

https://qsurvey.mozilla.com/s3/FirefoxInput/

Thanks for the feedback. I'd recommend submitting feedback though this survey too: https://qsurvey.mozilla.com/s3/FirefoxInput/
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If you hover the original player where you opened the PiP window then you will see the timeline and you can also hover the timeline to see the regular previews of the hovered position. The PiP window only shows the picture (hence the picture-in-picture name) and a few possible controls (pause by default and mute can be added via media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.audio-toggle.enabled on about:config). For all other actions you need to go to the original player, so you can possibly tear off this tab to its own window. The PiP window is a standalone window that only has the HTML5 media player and can't have other controls because only the original page runs the JavaScript that manages the video stream. You do not need to close the PiP window to go to a different position on the timeline (i.e. if you drag the timeline then the PiP window will update to show the new position).

If you hover the original player where you opened the PiP window then you will see the timeline and you can also hover the timeline to see the regular previews of the hovered position. The PiP window only shows the picture (hence the picture-in-picture name) and a few possible controls (pause by default and mute can be added via media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.audio-toggle.enabled on about:config). For all other actions you need to go to the original player, so you can possibly tear off this tab to its own window. The PiP window is a standalone window that only has the HTML5 media player and can't have other controls because only the original page runs the JavaScript that manages the video stream. You do not need to close the PiP window to go to a different position on the timeline (i.e. if you drag the timeline then the PiP window will update to show the new position).

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Danny Colin 12 izisombululo 34 izimpendulo
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S10 said

At this current version I could not find any settings where I could add a timeline to a picture-in-picture mode.

It's currently not available but there's a feature request opened on Bugzilla to evaluate and mostly likely implement a full video player. You can vote and follow it to get updates on the progress if you wish.

N.B.: Please don't comment on Bugzilla report if it's not to share technical information since it's used by the developers to track they're work progress.

''S10 [[#question-1280178|said]]'' <blockquote> At this current version I could not find any settings where I could add a timeline to a picture-in-picture mode. </blockquote> It's currently not available but there's a [https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1592291 feature request opened on Bugzilla] to evaluate and mostly likely implement a full video player. You can vote and follow it to get updates on the progress if you wish. '''N.B.:''' Please don't comment on Bugzilla report if it's not to share technical information since it's used by the developers to track they're work progress.
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