I upgraded as I always do, when there is a new version released.
I was worried when it seemed like the built-in password manager “lost” my password to a site that is particularly painful to change it, but a quick visit to the settings/preferences to take a look at that seems to have resolved it. phew!
so while I was there, I decided to poke around a bit under the hood, first stop security:
whoops! somehow “send Do Not Track” got turned off…“restart now” didn’t work. no biggie.
now, what’s with the webRTC stuff…oh, I need to change that; “disable non-proxied UDP” seems like it’ll work best with my WireGuard VPN connection (I think)…
page loads are faster than theyve ever been…and I don’t have the colour issue (sorry windoze folks…I’m on lubuntu)
so now I feel (though I’m not 100% sure) that my IP addy isnt leaking and my tunnel is secure because…well, dang, its just snappy.
So to devs, keep up the good work; to fellow users, be patient, check your settings and restart/reboot. Then come here to report issues. this is the pain associated with change- it’s never easy for anyone, but if you keep your eyes on the prize, you’ll have it in hand sooner than later.