The team is still working on this fix, as part of a larger design change. Given internal feedback, it has been decided the current design isn’t ready for primetime.
In the meantime, someone discovered that triple clicking will actually select all of the text. I know we want the real fix, but thought I’d share.
Thanks for your patience.
The feature is still being worked upon. Many different changes are going into Teams and will provide a slow but steady pace to our performance increases.
I don’t have any new details at the moment but hope to get some additional feedback in the next several weeks.
node.js is perfectly fine for a low latency, modern UI. If you don't believe me, take a look at Visual Studio Code. But of course it requires good code.
Hey guys, thanks for the feedback – we hear you loud and clear. After talking this over with the Engineering team, I confirmed this will remain on the backlog and we are actively considering how to accelerate.
Tweet me if you have any questions! @skprufo
"Anonymous: what do you mean by saying "Audio *is* available"?"
That it works for me on Linux (Fedora) using Chromium. Unfortunately, I cannot know why it wouldn't work for you :-/
Jimmy Sjölund: Audio *is* available in Chromium and Chrome. Video and screen sharing are not, though. Not sure why it wouldn't work for you, perhaps some av-related plugins missing from your OS, or an older version of Chrome?
Thanks for making progress with the Chrome support. This is already quite acceptable as a Linux client -- and when you get video conferencing and shared screens done, it's good. Wrapping this in an Electron package to make it look like a native application is pointless IMHO, but I guess some people are fooled by that.
This suggestion is still planned. I don’t have further updates on timing, but will share as we have them. Thanks.
Good incremental progress there, guys. I'm impressed by your momentum this year. Keep it up!
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