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for the feature on Chrome 72 was a last-minute decision. Here you can watch a video of Pete Le Page.
Google Chrome set to get Play and Pause button for videos on the toolbar – Google Chrome is expected to come with a new Play/Pause.
multiple Chrome windows by which user will be able to pause a video playing in a different window altogether. The new Play and Pause button.
Google’s Chrome browser will soon be getting a nifty feature.
Now, when you visit a site like YouTube and play a video, you’ll see a play icon in the address bar. If you click this icon, a popup.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could check your emails on the phone and also enjoy YouTube videos in the background at the same time? Or, to save battery, you turn off the phone display and YouTube would.
San Francisco: Google is working on to add a play and pause button on its Chrome browser’s toolbar that will help users pause or resume a video playing in the browser, regardless of where it’s coming.
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Starting next month, Google Chrome will finally offer official support for multimedia keys found on desktop and laptop keyboards, according to ZDNet. That means when you hit the "play" or "pause.
Google is working on a Chrome feature that should have been long available to users, and that’s media controls that will let you immediately deal with annoying videos that play automatically on.
Now Google wants to make controlling video and audio playback a much easier task.
As ZDNet reports, the Chrome Canary "bleeding edge" version of the Chrome browser has introduced this new.
GOOGLE’S CHROME browser looks to be getting a universal play/pause button in the menu bar.
t just pause/play the current tab – it automatically shuts down any audio or video content playing in.