User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36
Steps to reproduce:
Step 1- Launch Firefox.
Step 2-Goto https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Demos_of_open_web_technologies
Step 3- Click on Blob's demos
Click on MSX Emulator
Click on 3D on 2D Canvas
No Graphics displayed.
some graphics should be displayed.
Can you attch screenshot for the link http://gyu.que.jp/jscloth/ (3D on 2D Canvas)?
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No graphics are shown in any of the case.
And in demo3, When i click "opera 3D or Gecko 3D" "This browser does not support any 3D canvas" message shows.
I can see graphics using the link provided in comment 1. Could you please attach your "about:support" information? Thanks
Build ID 20170124030205
Update Channel nightly
User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64; rv:54.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/54.0
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mozregression for windows Instruction.txt
I have added the extensions on aurora 52.0a1 based on the information provided in comment 5. I have with windows 10 64bits with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745 graphics, unlike yours (intel HD). So I could not manage to reproduce it.
Could you provide a regression range using the mozregression tool if it is a regression issue?
I have attached installation and usage information about the tool.
Tested on latest nightly and aurora 52.0a2
Build ID 20170122004006
Update Channel aurora
User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.0
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I was able to reproduce this issue in Firefox Nightly also.
I didn't understood the steps to produce range from mozregression, Still i have tried.
Mozregression failed because you entered 2016-12-10 was a good build for left boundary then you replied it was a bad build when the tool checked this build.
If 2016-12-10 is bad, just enlarge to older builds, like --good=51 or 50 (if you're sure FF50/51 are working fine).
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OPERATING SYSTEM : Windows10.0
BROWSER : Firefox Beta 51.0
Not able to understand mozregression. Please provide a indepth description of the steps involved.
(In reply to Roshan Dawande from comment #12)
> Not able to understand mozregression. Please provide a indepth description
> of the steps involved.
When you run mozregression, you need to enter a valid interval for nightly builds, e.g. [good-bad] or more simply [good[.
In your case the build you thought good (2016-12-10) was in fact bad, so mozregression aborted.
Just reduce the date for good build, like good=51 or 50 (mozreg accepts release number), and try again. You don't need to specify a bad build, just "mozregression --good=XXX".
Could you try "mozregression --good=XX --bits=32" where xx is a known good build? Example, if 51 is a good build, then run "mozregression --good=51 --bits=32".