#1 Edited by ashbash (368 posts) -

I am using the latest version of Google Chrome.

When viewing a video in full screen, the cursor does not automatically hide after a few seconds.

To stop having the cursor on screen at all times when viewing a full screen video, I will move the cursor to the bottom left or right of the screen.

I do not move the cursor to the top left or right of the screen because the cursor is a hand icon and can still be seen when in these positions.

However, when the cursor is in the bottom left or right of the screen, the time shows for the video (little black box). Normally this will only show when hovering over the video timeline.

I have attached a picture below (see bottom right):

Sorry for being picky, but please could this be fixed as it is a little bit of a nuisance. Thanks.

#2 Posted by Fattony12000 (7298 posts) -

same

#3 Edited by Rorie (2857 posts) -
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#4 Posted by Fattony12000 (7298 posts) -

@rorie: I want to say that I've been noticing it on my HD HTML5 fullscreen videos for the past...month or so?

Thanks for getting back to us on this!

#5 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

Yeah I've had this issue for a couple month now, Using HD Streaming.

#6 Edited by Sogeman (867 posts) -

I don't think the cursor ever hid for me in Firefox.

#7 Posted by Newfangled (31 posts) -

Cursor hasn't disappeared for me in full screen for as long as I can remember. Always push it to the side. Safari, OSX 10.9.

#8 Edited by OldGuy (1547 posts) -

The cursor has always stayed on for me for as long as I can remember as well (Firefox)...

#9 Posted by SavePoint (100 posts) -

The cursor never disappears for me as well (Chrome on multiple computers - HTML5 HD).