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How con I hide the video and mic controller when I in call
Every time I use Google Meet, Firefox show me a tiny orange controller over al my desktops in Fedora Linux. It is a bit annoying an distracting. Maybe could be great this icons appear in the os panel in linux.
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Try to enter about:config in the address bar and set privacy.webrtc.hideGlobalIndicator = true.
I've tried but doesn´t work!
What's your value of privacy.webrtc.legacyGlobalIndicator?
You may have to close and restart Firefox to make the change effective.
You can try Firefox from the official Mozilla server if you currently use a version from the repositories of your Linux distribution to see if it behaves differently.
Yep... I've downloaded it but I dont know how to install it. I just unzip that .bzip and nothing happends. Sorry, but I very noob with linux, I switched just 2 months ago.
You can also try to create a new Boolean pref.
- privacy.webrtc.hideGlobalIndicator = true
You need to extract the tar.bz2 archive to a directory like ~/firefox in your home directory or possibly in /usr/local/firefox to install in globally (needs root, sudo, permission to update).
Still there... and it drive me crazy.