I’m using one of the video playback exercises where I have to write down what I hear the person saying. As you know there are two additional buttons for fast and slow professional recordings in addition to the video. When I start to enter my answer, the keyboard appears, causing the bottom part of the screen to scroll up and stay in focus. Now I start typing, but then I decide I want to re-hear the recording. I tap the button for the fast-speed professional recording but the app doesn’t know that the keyboard is present and it somehow thinks the upper half of the screen is in view, because the next thing that happens is the video playback begins, and it’s jumped into view by disabling my keyboard — that’s almost expected if the input field loses focus, I guess. To summarize briefly, the bug is that tapping on the fast pro playback is confused and taken as a tap on the off-screen video playback area whenever the keyboard is present. It would be good to test this on phones with taller screens, as I suspect it’s going to be more likely to happen on shorter screens. Ask me if you need more help understanding this, because it’s a little weird.
This was the exercise I was doing, when I tapped the tapped the playback button and then what I saw next.
(Disregard the little screenshot edit dialog in the second image: I was a little too fast in taking the screenshot.)
Android 11, Pixel 2.