May be cancelling my subscription. Really disappointed in the changes.
- As noted, when watching in the browser, you can't resize the video to match the browser. That was something I loved to do with PGA Tour Live. I could have a small window while continuing to work. Takes too much screen on my 21" iMac
- On the iPad I could do PiP. It would play in a small window as well allowing me to do other things. Not the case anymore forcing me to watch. That's a show stopper.
- it's 2019, why are they using Flash??? No HTML5.
Well I may have jumped the gun. Right now, you can stream on the iPad from Safari which will allow you to go PiP (hit the full screen button and then hit the home button). So that means there is an HTML5/non-flash site available.
I'll play around with the User Agent settings on Safari on my iMac to see if can get it to low the mobile site and maybe we will have more size options...
Using Chrome in Windows, the video will get smaller if you zoom out of the webpage. For that browser/OS, CTRL-mouse wheel or CTRL--/CTRL-+ will zoom in/out. Probably similar or identical in Safari except you might need to use the COMMAND key instead of CTRL (edit: google tells me that Command and the plus/minus keys should zoom on Safari).
So basically, zoom the page until you get the desired video size. Then resize the window and adjust the scroll bars to the video. Not as elegant as PGA Tour Live worked last year, but it only takes a few seconds to do.
I ran into a lot of errors/bugs last year with PGA Tour Live in the browser and at least that all seems to work with NBC Sports Gold. Native Chromecast support is a nice upgrade, although I had some issues with the Roku channel when trying to watch the recap last night.
Edited by SirFuego, 18 January 2019 - 12:30 PM.