FIREFOX 37 / Multiplayer no longer works

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  • Problem Description

    ____ A concise description of your problem here ____

    I've been using the Multiplayer function for a long time with no problems in FIREFOX.

    But now... the new FIREFOX 37 seems to break Multiplayer.

    You can be a HOST, but not a CLIENT.

    A client using FIREFOX 37 seems unable to connect to the HOST.

    (This is not a signaling server issue, but a client to host issue).

    If I run the exact same code on FIREFOX 35, it works fine.

    If I run the exact same code using CHROME it works fine.

    I've observed the same effect on PC and MAC versions of FIREFOX 37. (And multiple version of windows).

    Attach a Capx

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    I tested this using your MULTIPLAYER DEMO CODE.

    Description of Capx

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    Steps to Reproduce Bug

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    • Step 3 etc.

    Observed Result

    ____ What happens? ____

    The CLIENT can't see the HOST.

    Expected Result

    ____ What do you expect to happen? ____

    The CLIENT should connect to the HOST.

    Affected Browsers

    • Chrome: NO
    • FireFox: only version 37
    • Internet Explorer: can't test this because no WebRTC support.

    Operating System and Service Pack

    ____ Your operating system and service pack ____

    Tested lots of machines, both PC and MAC

    Construct 2 Version ID

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    Your latest stable release.

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  • Thanks for the heads up, looks like the spec changed and we needed to tweak it for Firefox support. Should be fixed in the next beta.

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