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Text In Embedded Audio Player Cycles Between Weights [Safari] #2844

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joncameron opened this issue Feb 27, 2018 · 0 comments

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When an audio item is embedded on a page, the weight of the text changes in unexpected ways. In the worst case, it cases the entire player to wiggle around as the elements move slightly due to the frequent changes between bold and not bold text, or at least that what the case appears to be (example 1). In other less drastic cases, click events to navigate appear to change the text weight for a split second (example 2). I've observed this only in Safari so far—Safari is the browser to most noticeably exhibit this in terms of weird side effects, at least.

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Embed on External Site - IU Production (https://staging.culanth.org/articles/2-sounds-of-democracy-performance-protest-and)

feb-27-2018 11-43-53

Test Embed on Internal Wiki - IU Production

feb-27-2018 16-52-39

@joncameron joncameron added this to the Avalon 6.x Backlog milestone Feb 27, 2018

@joncameron joncameron added the bug 🐛 label Feb 27, 2018

@joncameron joncameron changed the title Text In Embedded Player Cycles Between Weights Text In Embedded Player Cycles Between Weights [Safari] Feb 27, 2018

@joncameron joncameron changed the title Text In Embedded Player Cycles Between Weights [Safari] Text In Embedded Audio Player Cycles Between Weights [Safari] Feb 27, 2018

@joncameron joncameron added ready and removed Needs Refinement labels Apr 5, 2018

@davidschober davidschober removed the ready label Jul 5, 2018

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