Allow Camara for sites with wildcards

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Description of the issue:

My company uses a video conferencing tool and every meeting can run on on of serveral servers. All domains have simular host names. something like Brave always ask me if I want to allow the website to have access to my camera (which is good in gerneral).

I would like to add a domain like * or better meeting-* to the websites that are allowed to access the camera.

I havn’t seen that option in the settings. I can only allow websites that I currently visiting.

How can this issue be reproduced?

  1. Add a domain with wildcard to trusted sites ← this is currently not possible
  2. go to a website that requires camara (or audio, or anything else brave asks about)
  3. go to a website under a different subdomain that also requires camara

Expected result:

Not getting asked every time to allow access to camera.

Brave Version( check About Brave):

Version 1.28.106 Chromium: 92.0.4515.159 (Offizieller Build) (64-Bit)

Additional Information:

Unfortunately I don’t actually think there is a way to do this at this time, but let me reach out to the team and confirm that. Appreciate your patience.

Not sure if possible, it is the same default setting from Chrome. I would say something like this be pushed (and approved) from Chromium devs.

Do any other browsers allow this @lokimidgard ? There maybe privacy/security reasons why no option exists currently

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