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    Leo commented  · 

    I realized that you previously declined a similar idea because you thought "swiping would interfere with other processes". I keep thinking how you mean that? Because even when we use the "progress bar" to seek, we are still swiping on the window, aren't we? How come then we are not interfering with other processes?

    Anyway, if that's not possible, then instead of swiping, you can use the sides of the video player window as "fast-forward/rewind" zones when they are held.

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    Leo commented  · 

    P.S: I meants swiping left and right on the video!

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