[webkit-dev] New web-facing CSS feature: -webkit-cursor-visibility: auto-hide
silviapf at chromium.org
Mon Mar 4 17:17:31 PST 2013
Is -webkit-cursor-visibility just for video ? If so, I am personally very
much in favor of such a selector. It's a common feature of full-screen
video players, see e.g.
Here's a discussion by Chrome users:
It would be nice to get this through the CSS group quickly and implement
without the prefix.
On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 11:37 AM, Jer Noble <jer.noble at apple.com> wrote:
> In an effort to improve the user-experience of watching videos in full
> screen mode, I have created a patch which adds a new CSS style attribute:
> -webkit-cursor-visibility. When set to "auto-hide", this rule would change
> the cursor type to "none" after a few seconds of inactivity. UAs could then
> add this rule to their UA full screen style sheets for full screened video
> elements, but this rule can be overridden by site authors to handle hiding
> the cursor (or not) themselves. Sites which do not hide the cursor during
> playback in full screen mode (e.g. YouTube) would get this behavior for
> free, and sites which do (e.g. vimeo) can continue to explicitly hide the
> mouse cursor when hiding their custom controls.
> This new attribute is not currently hidden behind a feature flag.
> We are at the very initial stages of proposing this attribute to the
> CSSWG, but have already incorporated feedback from some of the WG members.
> Please take a look at the associated bug, if you're interested:
> <https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=107601> Default mouse cursor
> behavior should be auto-hide for full screen video with custom controls
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