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Looking for widget.windows.window_occlusion_tracking.enabled setting

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I am looking for the widget.windows.window_occlusion_tracking.enabled preference setting on Linux. I was wondering if this setting was available on Linux? I have seen it on Windows. I was also wondering when this setting was introduced and if it is still active in the latest version of Firefox.

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I am looking for the widget.windows.window_occlusion_tracking.enabled preference setting on Linux. I was wondering if this setting was available on Linux? I have seen it on Windows. I was also wondering when this setting was introduced and if it is still active in the latest version of Firefox. Thank you.

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It looks like widget.windows preferences are just for MS Windows:

https://searchfox.org/mozilla-release/source/modules/libpref/init/StaticPrefList.yaml#15699

Are you looking for a preference to prevent Firefox for Linux from reducing activity when its window is not active/in front/on top?

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Hello! Thank you for your reply. Yes, I was. Wondering if there was anything I could do other than adjusting the throttling settings? Just want to make sure all possible settings have been adjusted to prevent this.

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What throttling settings are you referring to?

Try disabling Wayland by setting the MOZ_ENABLE_WAYLAND=0 environment variable.

Try installing the extension Always active Window (Always Visible).

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