I'm using Cesium (b13) to develop an application for a customer that has very limited access to software updates. They're currently running on Firefox 10.0.12.
I've confirmed that Cesium works on MOST computers with this version of Firefox, but with some, the graphics driver is blacklisted. As a workaround, I can go into about:config in firefox and set webgl.force-enabled to true.
Then, for MOST computers, this is enough to get Cesium working, but, for some, there is a black bar that appears at the top of the page which squashes the Cesium globe/sky display. This is unfortunately a show-stopper, since click events are registered as if the globe is covering the whole page, but the globe is actually displayed on only part of the page, if that makes any sense. So when the user clicks on the page, they are always clicking below where they think they are, due to the rendering issue.
I imagine the best solution would be to update the graphics card drivers. This is not possible right now. Any ideas for another workaround here?