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Floating Meeting Tab Stuck, Can't Detach Tabs

I'm on Windows 10. The webcam software PerfectCam causes the floating icon-based meeting to be always on top [even if you minimise Firefox] and it also stops Firefox from… (read more)

I'm on Windows 10. The webcam software PerfectCam causes the floating icon-based meeting to be always on top [even if you minimise Firefox] and it also stops Firefox from letting you detach tabs from the main window by dragging a tab outside of the main Firefox window.

This does not happen with other webcam software such as SnapCam or Xplit.

The only way to get out of this problem is by closing Firefox. Extensions I have: Adblock, Adblock Plus, AddToAny Share Anywhere, Checker Plus for Gmail, Duplicate Tab Closer Quick Tabs Ported Startup Apps Weather

This does not happen immediately on the 1st Google Meet meeting of a Firefox session. It happens after a few meetings.

I actually find the always-on-top floating meeting Firefox tab a huge nuisance as I don't have anywhere to place it. If I put it on the corner, it covers the minimise/restore/close buttons. I'd love to be able to turn that thing off.

PerfectCam's maker Cyberlink's Tech Support already gave me some instructions after I sent some diagnostics data from my PC. The main thing was to go to the Device Manager > Display > Intel UHD Graphics 620 > uninstall And then go to an Intel page to download a software to downloaded the latest software for this intel thing.

After doing this, for most of the day, the problem didn't happen even after several meetings. So I thought that the problem had been solved. But at the end of the day it happened again.

I tested Google Meet on Chrome with PerfectCam and the problem doesn't happen on Chrome because it doesn't have a always-on-top floating meeting tab.

I'm attaching some images with information.

Asked by riluma 11 months ago

Answered by Roland Tanglao 11 months ago

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Firefox icon still present on screen after exiting video call

Hi there, I have this weird issue that I have never encountered before. After getting off of a video call today the small firefox logo that appears beside the microphone … (read more)

Hi there,

I have this weird issue that I have never encountered before. After getting off of a video call today the small firefox logo that appears beside the microphone will not disappear. I can move it around, and even minimise my windows and it will stay on my screen. I've attached a picture of the issue. Is there a way to get rid of this or would I just have to close all my windows? Any help would be much appreciated.

Asked by stephenbmulligan 1 year ago

Last reply by AMAN ARYAN 1 year ago

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Annoynig button

I can't remove this button and it's very annoying, because it doesn't hide when I minimize the browser. I didn't find anything about this in settings and I don't know wha… (read more)

I can't remove this button and it's very annoying, because it doesn't hide when I minimize the browser. I didn't find anything about this in settings and I don't know what to do. How can I remove this button?

Asked by arkhip_as_boss 1 year ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 year ago

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There's a small on top FireFox window that won't disappear

Hello, At work we're using Google Meet for video chats with our colleagues. During the meeting, when I navigate to other windows, there's small a FireFox window that allo… (read more)

Hello, At work we're using Google Meet for video chats with our colleagues. During the meeting, when I navigate to other windows, there's small a FireFox window that allows me to navigate back to the meeting, and is shown on top of all other windows. So far so good. The problem is that meetings end, I close the meeting windows, but this small Windows stay on top, cannot be closed, clicking on it does nothing. I can just move it right and left. How can I get rid of it when there's no meeting? Thanks

Asked by utidhar 1 year ago

Answered by Shashank Shekhar 1 year ago