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why does webGL 3d rendering work well in Firefox Developer Edition but not in Firefox Quantum (both latest versions)

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I am creating a 3D floorplan and find that Firefox Quantum (latest version) will not display it at all and provides a couple of error messages relating to resources and WebGL, however, when i visit the same url in Firefox Developer Edition the page works brilliantly.. the url works in Chrome, but Firefox Dev Edition is far superior with smooth and high quality rendering.

I have tried to disable all the Add-ons in the Quantum/default Firefox etc etc but nothing works.. so I wondered if there was a SIMPLE way to configure Quantum like Dev Edition that I can advise my clients.. so we can keep Firefox in the loop.

I am creating a 3D floorplan and find that Firefox Quantum (latest version) will not display it at all and provides a couple of error messages relating to resources and WebGL, however, when i visit the same url in Firefox Developer Edition the page works brilliantly.. the url works in Chrome, but Firefox Dev Edition is far superior with smooth and high quality rendering. I have tried to disable all the Add-ons in the Quantum/default Firefox etc etc but nothing works.. so I wondered if there was a SIMPLE way to configure Quantum like Dev Edition that I can advise my clients.. so we can keep Firefox in the loop.

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  • Shockwave Flash 31.0 r0

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:63.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/63.0

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oops, I need to add one critical factor.. I am viewing the 3d in an iframe, which is the source of the problem..

oops, I need to add one critical factor.. I am viewing the 3d in an iframe, which is the source of the problem..
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