Buttons and Control Bar Parameters

Show/hide buttons, adjust the user control bar and video control bar

User Control Bar Options


Auto-hides the control bar after a few moments of the mouse being idle

Forces the user control bar to be in its own dedicated space

Disables the local settings button

Disables the mic button; guests can't mute audio

Hides the speaker button

Disables the video button; guests can't mute video

Hides the ability for a guest to upload a file

Forces the screen-share button to appear for guests

Hides the hang-up button

Shows or hides the chat button

Makes the microphone mute button a lot bigger

Adds a full-screen button to the control bar

Disables IFrames from loading, such as remotely shared websites by another guest or director

Enables a "Raise Hand" button for guests

Positioning the control bar

While you can position the control bar by dragging it around, you can also set it's initial position with the use of a custom CSS parameter. For example:


The above is a base64 encoded version of the following CSS, which positions the control bar at the top by default. Base64 encoding allows us to use stylings safely as a URL parameter.

#subControlButtons{transform:translate(0px, calc(-100vh + 90px))!important};

Video Control Bar Options


Shows the video control bar

Will force hide the video control bar

Will try to keep the video controls visible, even if your mouse isn't hovering over the video


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