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Firefox crashes when trying to run an AFrame web application

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Crash Reports: bp-23ea7077-d16a-4d2c-bdf7-41b570211102 bp-991e6038-f407-4ecc-91f2-736ff0211102 bp-5b39fa4c-0af8-4521-be17-92fe40211102 bp-36009648-b097-4d00-8988-573e20211102 bp-00357b5b-f68c-4aff-bec7-6f6dc0211102 bp-e54d5357-7e8b-4309-a5a5-ba30f0211102 bp-b1396352-a1a0-4a9b-a521-fa1750211102 bp-a088b6ed-d3ba-42fb-8270-701ed0211102 bp-a61fa56f-2f5b-4bf4-89a4-eaead0211102 bp-fca9d243-a5dc-4e2e-a477-e43910211102 bp-3391e5e8-4a48-489a-b8e1-5d1de0211102 bp-bf0f4f0c-ff9a-4495-bed1-b39e30211102 bp-2c1a9c46-c622-4748-a5b5-e57590211102

Firefox Version: 94.0 Computer: Mid 2012 MacBook Pro Catalina 10.15.7 Video of Crash

This seems to be related to WebGL, however, https://get.webgl.org shows the spinning cube fine. It also doesn't look like WebGL is getting disabled. When I tried setting webgl.force-enabled and layers.acceleration.force-enabled from false to true like some articles online suggested, nothing changed. When I tried going to the page in Troubleshoot mode, Firefox didn't crash, but it also couldn't load the page due to missing the WebGL context. I attached a screenshot of the console. I also refreshed Firefox, but that didn't work either. Any help or advice would be appreciated.

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