Sometimes I get a green screen on YouTube or when using the web version of chrome remote desktop. This occurs both when shields are up and down. My extensions are also disabled. In the Chrome remote desktop web application, I am able to see the media when I open up another browser menu, but when I try to directly access it, it just shows a green screen. Any known fix to this?
I haven’t heard of chrome remote desktop but I assume it allows you to access your chrome browser and open tabs on one machine, from another through chrome it’s self or some web application. At least that’s how windows RD works and how I believe all RD applications to work. I would expect that you’re able to see the media through RD and not on brave because this has something to do with how brave renders things. When you use chrome RD I don’t believe it is simply displaying the video output that would normally be displayed in browser, rendered by brave, but chrome RD is getting a feed of the pre-render information and doing the processing necessary to draw the frames on it’s own. Therefore if the problem is only in brave and the same media is passed to another program(possibly on another machine), in your case chrome RD to do the rendering the page is displayed correctly as it was chrome RD instead of brave that did the displaying. At least that’s what I suspect is happening, I have very little knowledge of the programming of remote desktops.
I’m going to continue investigating and try to find what the page uses to “sense” where the pointer hovers and see if other pages I get it on use similar coding. Will post again if I discover more
I’ve had similar plus unclicked links are sometimes purple or green instead of blue. Sample screenshots attached. Using Brave Version 0.59.35 Chromium: 72.0.3626.81 (Official Build) (64-bit) on Windows 10 Pro 64 bit.
Seems very much like a Hardware Acceleration issue.
Menu --> Settings --> Advanced --> System --> Hardware Acceleration and toggle this off.
Relaunch the browser and see if the issue is resolved.