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Play bar at bottom of video?

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Play bar at bottom of video?

While watching the tv shows on my computer for some reason i can no longer access the play bar at the bottom. i can see that it is there kinda but it is too far down for me to click on anything. i tried restaring my computer and logging off and on again. nothing is helping. i would really like to be able to fast forward and rewind my shows but i cant!

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Re: Play bar at bottom of video?

have you tried simply resizing the window by pulling on the side of it like you would do any and windows window or hitting escape to not maximize the entire window?

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Re: Play bar at bottom of video?


ael567 wrote:

While watching the tv shows on my computer for some reason i can no longer access the play bar at the bottom. i can see that it is there kinda but it is too far down for me to click on anything. i tried restaring my computer and logging off and on again. nothing is helping. i would really like to be able to fast forward and rewind my shows but i cant!


I think it is the zoom of your windows and not the size of it. 

 

Like your browser's view is either zoomed in or zoomed out too much. Under the view menu in your browser, choose Zoom to be "reset" or "actual size" and the video should play normally.

 

If you do not know how to do this, please tell me your operating system and browser settings so we can walk you through it.

 

Thanks,
Joe
XfinityTV.com/Xfinity.com Support


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