Aug 12, 2019 - 12:12 AM
Aug 12, 2019 - 09:34 AM
Unless the underlying code is overly complex, this should be a simple feature to add.
What you are clearly trying to stonewall is something that, if a good UX test was done early on, would have already been in place. Just push it up to the coder rookery as something they can implement over time. If you wanted an auto pause feature on purpose it should have been in place from the start as an option. The feature that you are talking about that everyone seems to love, I cannot think of anywhere else that I have seen it used.
Seriously, if you want to pause the video lesson you don't even have to click on the pause button. Anywhere on the screen will do it. What makes it even more annoying is that if you lose focus and then when you come back to Fluenz lesson and click on the screen to gain focus back the software sees that it has focus again and then starts the video. BUT, it then sees your mouse click come in after it figured out it has focus and then immediately pauses. One click makes it start then immediately stop. Thus, you have to click it again to get it to start. That obvious oversight is not a problem either? But take note - if you click on the brower window header to give it focus or use alt-tab to give focus back to Fluenz, it doesn't start again. Only when you click in the program window itself as defined in the underlying HTML, 'main'. Anywhere else in the body of the page won't start it. So rather than making the issue go away with a check box you want users to train themselves how this "feature" works and how and where to click. Um K. Who ever made that UX decision needs to be trained in UX.
The implementation that you are acting like is a great feature because some people like it is standing on shaky ground. It makes for multiple actions on the user's part for those of us who hate it when you could simply make the annoying problem go away. Its like you are intentionally leaving something in there that some people have that then gives them something negative to talk about.
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