I have read the solution to add custom css posted on January 29, 2019, for this issue.
But is there no way to resolve this bug directly in the theme by the developers without manually add custom css?
@purple-dust: Hello there,
The update has been released. Please update the theme.
Then, Go to => Appearance => Customize => Theme Options => Layout Options => Check the option Check to Disable Fitvids Js and Publish.
Let me know if this solves the issue.
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