09-13-2019 01:19 AM
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09-14-2019 12:20 AM
09-14-2019 06:17 AM
I just don't understand this wish to be able to login to Edge with a Google account. I have Edge set to save passwords and login automatically, as I have set in Firefox (the browser I actually use,as Edge is missing several features I need ATM) and Google Chrome. In both Edge and Firefox, if I go to a Google page, like Gmail or Keep or my Google account page, the page loads with me logged in, just like in Google Chrome. In fact in both Firefox and Edge I have google.co.uk (as I'm a Brit) as one of the tiles on my home screen and new tab page. If I just click on that, I have the Google home page with the My Google Account link and Gmail link and nine-dot-square that produces the dropdown menu of all the Google web services all at the top just as in Google Chrome, and I'm auto-logged in to all of them. Just as in Firefox and Chrome I have a favorite bar link that sends me to the outlook.com Mail page, where I'm autologged in to Microsoft and there's the dropdwon link to my Micorosft account and all the Microsoft web services. The only really significant difference in experience between being logged into the browser as opposed to web pages is where the synced data is stored - Mozilla, Microsoft or Google servers - and which browser on my phone I can push a page to. Do people actually want their Edge to sync via Google's servers rather than Microsoft's? If people keep on wanting to open Google web services and/or switch Google accounts, then just make Google.com or the local country Google main page a home screen and/or new tab page tile, or put it in the favorites bar - it makes about 1 more click to get to the Google services and account than using Google Chrome.
09-15-2019 09:01 AM
Can the Edge team make a zoom level icon similar to the way Firefox does it when a page is zoomed in? I use a wireless keyboard with a touchpad, sometimes Edge misinterprets two finger scrolling as pinch and zoom instead and zooms in the page. This happens in Firefox as well but in Firefox a zoom level icon shows up and all you have to do is double click it to reset the zoom back to 100%.
In Edge I have to click the little magnifying glass then click reset. This happens at least once or twice a day; those little extra clicks start to add up. Even better, it would be nice if there was a way to disable zoom altogether or maybe just disable the pinch and zoom option.
09-17-2019 12:48 AM - edited 09-17-2019 12:50 AM
About the issue "Website elements are being flipped upside down when switching between tabs":
I've found the solid re-create process and website about this:
This example use the graph library of Tutorial site "HTML5JP". HTML5JP was closed on this summer, but its graph library is broadly used by many of websites.
And, I have some findings: I've tried it with beta and canary builds, but it not recreated. Only the DevBuild 78.0.268.3 have this issue.
I wish that this information helps you.
09-17-2019 07:35 AM
09-18-2019 02:54 PM
I want to know something. Is it possible for the team to work on webRTC for chromium dealing with audio for application windows? I'm trying to figure out why that specifically doesn't have audio. Is there some documentation stating the reason or can I get a reason?