Some of the current default hotkeys on iPadOS are virtually impossible to activate with one hand, specifically the ones that require holding two modifiers (CMD + CTRL) and a third key frequently residing on the right side of the keyboard.
I personally feel that most of these defaults should drop the Control modifier, as most iPad keyboards (including Apple’s Magic Keyboard) don’t have a right hand Control key.
The most frustrating example is the hotkey to enable PiP mode (⌃⌘ P). The default should really be just ⌘+P, but even CMD+Option+P would be preferable since that would still allow single-handed activation.
Customizing shortcuts has been available on MacOS for a while, so it would be nice if this feature were brought over to iOS as well.
Of course for me, this would be a lot less frustrating if PiP auto-activated upon switching apps or going to the home screen as is the behavior of almost all other video players, but I know that’s a suggestion that has been asked for a couple years now and hasn’t arrived, so I’m hoping this suggestion might be more straightforward to implement?
On the PiP UI front, I’m hopeful that if the auto-activation feature does arrive, that it will also include some other improvements to bring Infuse’s PiP more inline with Apple’s native implementation, such as Jump Forwards/Backwards overlay buttons, PiP Subtitles, Continuous Playback support, and having a proper video progress indicator bar on the bottom of the PiP