Hello ! I'm using Firefox Developer (70.0b13, but happens on normal version too), and the Twitch streams lags when using resolution above 360p. When using the automatic …
Hello ! I'm using Firefox Developer (70.0b13, but happens on normal version too), and the Twitch streams lags when using resolution above 360p. When using the automatic quality, the stream starts at maximum quality. Then keeps dropping until 360p. Then the lag stops, but won't change back to max bandwidth possible quality. If I manually set the quality to 720 or 1080, the lag continues. Of course, I checked the internet and on another browsers (Brave and Edge Chromium). I can watch at 1080p without problems. I only have uBlock as extension installed. And this is happening for some time (more one week).
Any help is appreciated.
I was thinking whether editing and altering already cached earlier input strings could be possible. I know that the entire cache could just be deleted using "Clear Recent…
I was thinking whether editing and altering already cached earlier input strings could be possible. I know that the entire cache could just be deleted using "Clear Recent History". But that is not a well-planned option. Some input strings could have as well been simple typos or ill-formed strings. They could in fact be distractions or eyesores. So why not be allowed an option to edit the cached strings? I always do this for my .bash-history file to keep it compact and useful. So I figure there could be a file in firefox to do just that. Well, for a personal computer dedicated to a single user, this could be a good option.
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/new/desktop/customize/form?search=change+location+of+cache&step=aaq-question Setting browser.cache.disk.parent_directory …
Setting browser.cache.disk.parent_directory to dynamic location (different for each user)
I’m attempting to set browser.cache.disk.parent_directory in about:config to a custom dynamic path string using the Windows %username% variable in order to make it so that each Windows account has its Firefox cache in a different location that is somewhere other than each user’s AppData. What I tried to use was this:
However, that created a folder path with %username% (literally, not substituted by its value as a Windows variable) as part of it. Is there some way for me to accomplish this?