Xbox Interface Transparency
On Xbox one the Chat window is transparent, but below that is the viewer count bar. This should also have an option to be transparent or remove the entire window completely. Some games need the entire screen visible while others would do great with the entire window being transparent. I LOVE this feature, it makes streaming on console much smoother, but it could use a couple of minor tweaks. Thank you and keep up the great work!
CMDR Stathi commented
Totally agree 100% - I really don't understand why Microsoft has not implemented the ability to remove the streaming chat on screen altogether. Does any serious streamer use the Xbox to actually monitor and type in their stream chat? I certainly don't, pretty sure most people watch their stream on another device and use that device to respond to chat, or they simply just answer with voice. Either way, on another device. This post was in 2017 and I would like to point out 2020 is just around the corner and MS still has not taken this suggestion to heart. Lame.
This static blue window will kill some OLED tv, please add a remove option, quick.
Please find the way to get the bar TRASPARENT and SMALLER (Just a transparen logo) when straming. It i impossibile to use #MIXER on #XboxOne with many games because everywhere you put that bar you hide sometging important (for Example mmorpg like Tera or Neverwinter)
Blackest Pain commented
Sanguinem Luna commented
I'm suggesting an idea for the Xbox One Broadcast interface to add transparency sliders for the Chat Box. For some games, the current transparency is okay, but for others games with cluttered UI, it's far too Opaque and unsightly when forced to move it to the only unused portion of the screen.
Xbox's Achievement Tracker has transparency options and even size adjustment that is perfect and it would be nice to see the Xbox One Broadcast Interface get, at the very least, transparency sliders.
Jim Minning commented
This! There are so many times the viewer count bar is obstructing instructions on the screen.