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pocock

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Firefox 78 / WebRTC regression
« on: November 14, 2020, 01:15:56 pm »

As noted elsewhere in the forum, WebRTC was working for me using Firefox 68 on Debian with the custom kernel compiled for a 4k page size.

I recently updated to Firefox 78 (provided as a security update on Debian) and this included a regression, the WebRTC incoming picture is not displayed any more.  Incoming audio is fine and outgoing picture is fine.

Do people see similar problems on other operating systems and/or Firefox versions?

It is in the Mozilla bug tracker, please add any comments there as that is what the Mozilla developers will look at.
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Re: Firefox 78 / WebRTC regression
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2020, 04:28:24 pm »
I'm one of the crazies who disable WebRTC entirely so I wouldn't be able to say either way. FF78 has been working fine as far as I can see.
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