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Is it possible to access and install add-ons available in the desktop browser to Firefox Reality?

Many of the add-ons I regularly use to enhance workflow and browsing aren't available in the Reality browser, which seems to only have a much smaller library of extension… (funda kabanzi)

Many of the add-ons I regularly use to enhance workflow and browsing aren't available in the Reality browser, which seems to only have a much smaller library of extensions. The extensions I want to employ don't seem like they'd be particularly difficult to implement on my device, and don't seem to pose any major security risks. So, I was wondering if the broader range of Add-ons will become available soon on the reality browser, or if there are certain hidden settings, like those available in about:config in the desktop browser or a certain developer mode that could allow access to the Add-ons. As an example of what I mean, I usually employ the Video Speed Controller Add-on, which seems as though it would be easily compatible with my VR device setup, and roughly equivalent versions are available natively on certain websites like youtube and work without buffering or other issues on my device, so I was wondering why the add-on might not be approved for the Realiy browser. Thank you for your time.

Asked by MWMMetcalf 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Paul 8 izinyanga ezidlule

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2D to 3D video conversion on Firefox Reality browser clarification.

While wtching videos on the Reality browser, it usually shows an option to switch to a 3D format. This option still appears on videos that only exist in a 2D format. When… (funda kabanzi)

While wtching videos on the Reality browser, it usually shows an option to switch to a 3D format. This option still appears on videos that only exist in a 2D format. When I select the 3D option on a 2D video, it just splits the original screen and only shows half of it to each eye instead of creating a fullscreen stereoscopic image. I was wondering if it is supposed to work that way, and the 2D video input format is simply incompatible with that feature, or if there's a problem with my device/those specifc videos, and the feature is supposed to be able to convert any 2D input to stereoscopic 3D output, the same way some of those fairly old 3D televisions with adjustable depth settings could do. Thank you for your time.

Asked by MWMMetcalf 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Paul 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox Reality

Hello, I have Pico Neo 3. Before upgrade the oldest version (30 June 2022), the Firefox Reality was installed. After software upgrade it disappeared. I couldn't find in p… (funda kabanzi)

Hello, I have Pico Neo 3. Before upgrade the oldest version (30 June 2022), the Firefox Reality was installed. After software upgrade it disappeared. I couldn't find in pico store. I need your application very much, because in next 2 weeks I have presentation for people and other browsers, expect Your don't support WebVR correctly or does not support it at all. Best regards, Elmar Azimkulov

Asked by elmar.azimkulov 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Paul 3 izinyanga ezidlule