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[SOLVED] Strange behavior of material

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I'm glad I discovered babylonjs.

I'm testing on different browsers and I have a color rendering problem with the stable version and FireFox only.

Normally we should see a red sphere and a green sphere.

■ SandBox : https://www.babylonjs-playground.com/indexstable#ZM9G4E#3

■ Demonstration Video : 

 

Thank you for your help and bravo for this framework.

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Hi Falsam, welcome to the forum.  Thanks for the kind words about BJS.  You've joined a fun and creative team.

I use FF 52 (called Firefox ESR - extended support release).

I don't see a problem, here.  One green sphere, one red sphere, stable or latest BJS.

I suppose there COULD be a bug in your version of FF.  It seems that would be the only possible cause.  Interesting.

What is the exact version number of your Firefox, please?  When did you last update FF?  Could you try a previous version... see if problem still exists?  (thx)

*scratch scratch*  hmm.  I'll keep thinking.  Others may reply soon.

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6 hours ago, Wingnut said:

What is the exact version number of your Firefox, please?  When did you last update FF? 

Hi Wingnut. Thanks for the reply. The Firefox version is 58.0.2 (64 bits) updated from February 7,2018.

This strange behavior is confirmed by two other friends who agreed to test the sandbox code. 

6 hours ago, brianzinn said:

Confirmed 2 red spheres on FF 58.0.2 (64-bit) Windows on stable, but LATEST is correct red and green.

Hi Brianzinn. Thank you for your test that confirms this behavior.

 

 

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I have the same problem with ff 58.0.2 64bits. I did some tests with another version of ff. No problem. I do not know where this comes from.

Normal display

normal.jpg.a0c09029fdf40404ebbc82c7335c9e59.jpg

 

Firefox display

bugFF.jpg.dd39e355d0c3c1cccef8d57a260e511e.jpg

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