Google Tweaks Stadia Web UI To Remove Minor Disturbances | Instant News


Little by little Google produces Stadia better, and recently revolved around fiddling with the web UI for Stadia to remove pairs small disturbance found by several users.

Not everyone has a problem with the way the Stadia UI web display. But some users have complained about certain aspects of the design.

For example, a small box that appears and says there is a headset connected. Even if there isn’t. Before the tweak that Google made this week, the box will cover the link to “store“and”House“page.

The Stadia web UI no longer includes that link

The more obvious change is that the store and house links are no longer being covered up.

Google has shifted things a bit. So the store link and home link are in the bar located at the top of the page. Meanwhile the “headset connected” box now appears just below this bar. So the link is still very visible and freely accessible.

According to users on the Internet Subreddit Stadia this is a very fast turnaround. Which shows players happy with how quickly Google observed and corrected complaints.

It also bodes well for Stadia users to move forward. Because that could mean Google will do this more often. And start to fix other potential problems as fast or at least as quickly as possible.

You can also now click the play button with the controller

In addition to moving the store link and playing a little so that it is not obscured, Google also now fixes the play button on the selected game.

This doesn’t seem to be a problem on Chromecast Ultra or when playing on a cellphone. But, when playing the Stadia game on the web, clicking the play button with the controller is not possible before. Because of this the user must click the button with the mouse, or track pad if they are playing through a laptop.

That’s not the problem anymore. Now when playing games on the web, you can scroll through the game list with the controller as before, and once you select a game, you can click the button to play it without having to touch the mouse or track pad.

Earlier this year Google added wireless support for Stadia controllers while playing on the web.



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