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Dan Kaplun Jul 6
Replying to @Martijn_Cuppens
Which one is the most "correct"?
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Simon Pieters Jul 6
Have you filed bugs? Written a test in ?
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Martijn Cuppens Jul 6
Replying to @dbkaplun
The specs are pretty vague about how this case should be rendered, but I think Edge handles it correctly here
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Greg Whitworth Jul 6
I feel like would enjoy this
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Hans Lemuet Jul 6
I have the "Chrome" rendering on my Firefox Focus (Android)
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Lassi Uosukainen Jul 6
I believe on Android all browsers use Chromes engine. Maybe that's the reason?
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oliver 🐘 Jul 6
Replying to @_pandem @enops and 2 others
That’s the reason
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Hans Lemuet Jul 6
Actually it's just Focus: "On Android, it uses Blink engine, unlike Firefox for Android, which uses the same Gecko engine as its desktop version." (source: Wikipedia)
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Mr Fred Jul 6
Wait wait Are you saying It is an EDGE CASE I'll see myself out
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Random Firefox User Jul 6
Nope... that is not the reason. Check out these print screens of Focus with WebView, Klar (German Focus) with GeckoView and Firefox Nightly with Gecko.
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KWierso Jul 6
Replying to @enops @_pandem and 2 others
If you opt in to the Focus Nightly program, work is ongoing to switch it to using GeckoView instead of Android's WebView.
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Random Firefox User Jul 6
The reason is much more complicated. Gecko on Android is slower than Chrome/WebView. Mozilla wanted Focus to be fast so they used WebView. Mozilla also wants Gecko to be fast so they are working on that now just like they did Quantum on the desktop.
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Random Firefox User Jul 6
They are currently running perf tests against Focus with WebView and Klar with GeckoView and when GeckoView will be fast enough, they will use it everywhere
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Hans Lemuet Jul 6
Thanks a lot for all these details! Looking forward to the future Firefox Focus!
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Random Firefox User Jul 6
Pssst.... you can test it now!
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Ryan Florence Jul 6
Replying to @Martijn_Cuppens
Amazing. How did you come to find this wild behavior?
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Chris Peterson Jul 6
Replying to @enops @_pandem and 2 others
Mozilla's Focus Nightly versions are testing Gecko now. More info on how to help test: I'm working with the Focus team, so just let me know if you have questions. 😊
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Hans Lemuet Jul 6
What's the difference between Klar and Firefox Focus?
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Gian-Carlo Pascutto Jul 6
Replying to @_pandem @enops and 2 others
That's the case on iOS but not on Android. The new versions of Focus use Gecko: . As does Firefox for Android.
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