cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/685110
> LineageOS 20 also introduces a new camera app called Aperture, which is based on Google’s CameraX library and provides a closer-to-stock camera experience on many devices. Aperture was developed by SebaUbuntu, LuK1337, and luca020400, and has been integrated into LineageOS and adapted to a wide range of supported devices. https://lineageos.org/Changelog-27/
I'm wondering if what [Skip Redirect](https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/skip-redirect) provides, is something Librewolf, thorugh some settings already provide, or if not, if uBlockOrigin does and how. And if not having such settings on Librewolf, or uBlockOrigin, does it make sense the add-on?
I installed it as recommended by [arkenfox](https://github.com/arkenfox/user.js/wiki/4.1-Extensions). I know Librewolf doesn't exactly follow arkenfox, but it's any ways a reference, :)
It's not one of the [Librewolf](https://librewolf.net/docs/addons) recommendations though...
I just had to change phone, and the move was from LOS 16 (android 9) to LOS 19 (android 12), and I just found about the permission "allow only while being used"... It seems natural to give that permission rather than just "allow"...
I'm wondering what exactly "while being used" mean. If it's while interacting with the app with an app front end only, then that might not work when apps run on the background, with no front end interaction whatsoever. So for apps running in the background most probably I'll need to give "allow" sort of permissions. If it really means while the app is running, no matter if on the background or interactively with a front end, then in the end "while being used" would serve as well as "allow", since the app is always in use, right?
What's the real difference between the 2, and in particular what does that mean for apps running in the background?