There is no known issue with iOS devices. Can you please provide us any link for testing?
Hey there Devendar_kumar,
here's my stripped down version of the site...
When viewed on a iPad the blue buttons over the video don't work, yet it all works on a desktop machine.
Any help would be appreciated.
I also experienced the same problem. It's a typical IOS behaviour.
"The problem is that the HTML5 video element on iOS seems to hijack the click events in the areas (of the elements layered on top) that are contained in the bounding box of the video element. If the bounding box is made smaller with scale(0.01) or the bounding box is pushed off the screen with translateX(-2560px), no element areas are directly above the video element and the click events will get fired."
I gave that a go and it didn't seem to make a difference unfortunately.
So by bounding box do you mean setting the movie's symbol stage width and height to 0?
Or by referencing them from the code, ie...
Cause that's what I gave a go.
It's just better to not have buttons on top of the video. iOS7 just doesn't allow you to do that.
Scale, translate the video or temporary hide the original video controls are just tricks to get your own (overlayed) buttons working.
Not an ideal solution in the first place.
BUT! It seems to be solved in iOS8.
I can click the arrowbuttons on top of your video now.
Ah sweet, ill have to update my IOS then
Thanks for that.
Did the update to iOS8 solve your problem too?