Created attachment 8430758 [details] screenshot-of-horizontal-flipped.png User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:32.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/32.0 (Beta/Release) Build ID: 20140518030203 Steps to reproduce: 1. Enable internet connection 2. Open the web browser 3. Go to one WebRTC video conference services (I used https://appear.in/tcp) 4. Enable the connection to camera and microphone 5. Wait until it connect Actual results: The image send from hamachi is horizontal flipped (in the attachment, screenshot-of-horizontal-flipped.png, the text in the stickers around my monitor need to be read from right to left). Expected results: The image should be send without any processing,
Raniere, are you still seeing this on hamachi? Bug 970183 should have fixed this issue.
Mike, I'm having troubles to text WebRTC at my hamachi with Gaia 87ebeb4966af84ff7e305d8b9c04f7be6b01244b. The device is getting slow when I run appear.in on it. =(
jesup, do you know if there are there any outstanding issues with WebRTC on hamachi? (Or if it's even expected to work at all? I can't even test -- the build seems broken today.)
> I can't even test -- the build seems broken today. I believe this is related with 1074324.
flipping issues generally are camera sensor rotation issues, or mis-identifying front/back. - this assumes that the site isn't flipping horizontally, which is often done for self-images to avoid user confusion ("I moved left and my image moved right!") I have no idea if hamachi is expected to work or not right now. I haven't used mine since the spring.