OS: Win 10
Browser: Firefox 67
Issue: When watching a video, the carousel underneath which contains other episodes of the same show has the control strip hidden.
Not sure if bug or "working as intended" on your end.
- Doesn't appear to be present in multiple other browsers I tried, just Firefox.
- In Firefox the page's html element has class touchevents applied to it, other browsers on the same device get no-touchevents.
- Rule with selectors.touchevents .carousel-strip__control sets display to none, hiding the controls.
Don't know if some sort of detection of device capabilities is at all related but the device has a touchscreen.
If this is intended behavior for touchscreen devices I would suggest the criteria to hide the arrows to be changed as not to rely on touch being present on the device alone. Using non-mobile device with touch I might still want to use the arrows.
If using touch was the intent for the website on said device, I tried to swipe and it wouldn't work so switching to grid view was the only alternative.
Thanks. Hope the report helps.