Most popular browsers stop web apps when there is another full screen app in the foreground.
To fix that on Chromium based browser (Chrome, Edge, Brave, etc) go to chrome://flags and disable #calculate-native-win-occlusion.
Update 1: This flag is being removed, for now it can be temporary brought back enabling flags starting with #temporary-unexpire-flags, but not for long.
Update 2: The flag is gone. Another solution would be adding command line parameter --disable-features=CalculateNativeWinOcclusion, found on r/Granblue_en subreddit.
Update 3: Looks like the flag #calculate-native-win-occlusion is back in version 101+, but I would suggest using both the flag and the command line parameter.
To fix that on Firefox go to about:config and here are some options:
- widget.windows.window_occlusion_tracking.enabled to false
- media.block-autoplay-until-in-foreground to false
- browser.tabs.unloadOnLowMemory to false
full-screen-api.warning.delay to -1
Chrome also suspends non-active tabs. Disabling flag #intensive-wake-up-throttling or extension The Great Suspender should remedy that, however it did not work for me at a first glance. Not sure about Firefox.
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