Had a convo in the discord and the current presumption is that if I do ANY disabling of fullscreen controls (mouse double-click in video player) that it’d result in a rejection during extension review. However my use case is putting elements like joysticks, buttons, etc in the overlay that inherently change the expectation of interactions with viewers.
Would it be a rejection to selectively disable double-click propagation since the user would be interacting with visible controls in the extension? Changing the full-screen-edness changes the position of inputs so that’s a no-go. Some controls/uses (IE multiplayer game controls via extension) encouraging users to repeatedly click which would trigger a fullscreen toggle if not disabled.
I’m not looking for an absolute “yep that sounds fine” answer, more of whether or not it would even be considered during review.