Google Meet and other Zoom does not work with Brave

Google Meet and other Zoom still does not work with Brave

Why anyone does not mark or answer or do something

Meet procedure is important now

simo

@simo4 ,

Try, for Google Meet . . .

The following workaround, has been mentioned of late – for webcam issues – and changing the ANGLE graphics backend settings might help:

Settings Management Help ref.:

With Brave Browser running, in a New Window, go to brave://settings/clearBrowserData

Examine all the settings for all three tabs: Basic / Advanced / On exit

Be certain that those settings are what they should be, for your usage. In time, you will have tested those arrangments, and figured out what you need, there.

IMPORTANT: The cleaning / clearing away of cookies, thru that process, WILL NOT REMOVE ALL of them! If you are intent on removing all cookies, then you must also, in a New Window, be sure to go to: brave://settings/siteData and manually remove sources for cookies, there.

Quit Brave Browser. Wait a moment. Start Brave Browser.

In a New Window, go to brave://settings/cookies

Scroll down that settings page, to Sites that can always use cookies

Click the Add button

Enter accounts.google.com as the site . . . but do not Enable

  • Current Private session only
  • Including third-party cookies on this site

Click the Add button

Repeat those steps for:

accounts.youtube.com (cookies definitely)
apps.google.com
meet.google.ecom
www.google.com

Next, go to brave://settings/content/javascript

Scroll down that javascript settings page to Allowed to use javascript

Click the Add button

Enter accounts.google.com as the site . . . but do not Enable

  • Current Private session only

Click the Add button

Repeat those steps for:

apps.google.com
fonts.googleapis.com
fonts.gstatic.com
lh3.googleusercontent.com
meet.google.com
play.google.com
storage.googleapis.com
workspace.google.com
www.google.com
www.gstatic.com

In order to learn, what website sources (of cookies and scripts) may be involved, learn to use the Developer Tools > Network tool for monitoring items, and use the Developer Tools > Application for learning sources of, and examining, Cookies.

How to use Developer Tools

https://www.lifewire.com/web-browser-developer-tools-3988965

https://developer.chrome.com/docs/devtools/network/reference/

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/devtools-guide-chromium/

Developer Tools > Network tool is where you search for sources of scripts and other items that will qualify despite their not being obvious scripts.

Developer_Tools_-Application-_Cookies__example_Amazon.com_00

Developer Tools > Application tool is where you will find the sources of cookies.

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hello

Thank to someone for answer

I am not an IT person !!!

Should all Brave users do this list ???

What a joke !!!

Could someone fix Brave to work with google meet and other remote negotiation program

Simo

la 5. maalisk. 2022 klo 10.32 289wk via Brave Community (brave@discoursemail.com) kirjoitti:

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