Bug 1550023 Comment 18 Edit History

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### Beta/Release Uplift Approval Request
* **User impact if declined**: Firefox 69 users on whitelisted Intel cards will not get WR enabled in beta/release. Also we won't be able to do progressive rollout of WR to more populations without impacting existing users who have WR enabled in release.
* **Is this code covered by automated tests?**: Yes
* **Has the fix been verified in Nightly?**: No
* **Needs manual test from QE?**: Yes
* **If yes, steps to reproduce**: On 69 beta with the patches applied, verify that:
- Windows 10 desktop machines with modern Intel graphics cards and small displays (less than 1920 x 1200) get WR enabled by default, and WR gets disabled if gfx.webrender.all.qualified (hidden pref) is set to false via about:config.
- Windows 10 desktop machines with modern Nvidia and AMD graphics cards get WR enabled by default, and WR remains enabled even if gfx.webrender.all.qualified is set to false via about:config.
* **List of other uplifts needed**: None
* **Risk to taking this patch**: Medium
* **Why is the change risky/not risky? (and alternatives if risky)**: Small risk that we accidentally enable/disable WR on the wrong set of users as the conditions for enabling are getting more complex. QA verification should mitigate the risk, and we are early enough in the beta cycle that we should be able to catch any problems.
* **String changes made/needed**:
### Beta/Release Uplift Approval Request
* **User impact if declined**: Firefox 69 users on whitelisted Intel cards will not get WR enabled in beta/release. Also we won't be able to do progressive rollout of WR to more populations without impacting existing users who have WR enabled in release.
* **Is this code covered by automated tests?**: Yes
* **Has the fix been verified in Nightly?**: Yes
* **Needs manual test from QE?**: Yes
* **If yes, steps to reproduce**: On 69 beta with the patches applied, verify that:
- Windows 10 desktop machines with modern Intel graphics cards and small displays (less than 1920 x 1200) get WR enabled by default, and WR gets disabled if gfx.webrender.all.qualified (hidden pref) is set to false via about:config.
- Windows 10 desktop machines with modern Nvidia and AMD graphics cards get WR enabled by default, and WR remains enabled even if gfx.webrender.all.qualified is set to false via about:config.
* **List of other uplifts needed**: None
* **Risk to taking this patch**: Medium
* **Why is the change risky/not risky? (and alternatives if risky)**: Small risk that we accidentally enable/disable WR on the wrong set of users as the conditions for enabling are getting more complex. QA verification should mitigate the risk, and we are early enough in the beta cycle that we should be able to catch any problems.
* **String changes made/needed**:

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