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Firefox Picture in Picture is Sweet, Here’s How to Use it on Linux

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Picture in picture (PIP) is a novel feature that makes it a doddle to watch a video while you’re busy doing something else (like reading blog posts).

How? It allows video content to “pop out” of a web page and play in a separate floating window (with mouse-over player controls, where possible).

With PIP you no longer need to tear out a browser tab, resize it narrowly, and try and fit it in somewhere on your screen.

And Firefox 72, which is currently in beta, supports this handy feature on the Linux desktop.

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