OpenGL overrides (--use-gl) not working [Ubuntu 20.04]

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I just installed the dev channel on a Ubuntu 20.04 LTS VM running on Parallels 16 on Mac.

 

  • No content rendered (just white) in Edge windows. This is similar to other Chromium browsers (Chromium and Chrome) using the default opengl driver. 
  • Unlike other browsers, I cannot get Edge to accept the --use-gl override from the command line. --use-gl=swiftshader has been my workaround for Chrome.

 

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