--disable-features=GlobalMediaControlsthat still works
Extract chromium source
git add ./path/to/file1 ./path/to/file2 ...
git commit -am "init"
Make changes to file1, file2 and whatever else you passed to
git diff HEAD > my.patch
ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID- is there anything know about this? My first quick google search didn't yield anything
Well there's an easy explanation for that: Your workplace is using self signed certificates for those sites which were not signed by a public certificate authority
For security reasons a browser will only trust a list of known public authorities like LetsEncrypt which are known to thoroughly check the ownership of a domain before signing a certificate. If this wouldn't be the case, browsers would have no way to verify that a server they are talking to is actually the server they want to talk to
For ungoogled-chromium to accept a custom authority you need that authorities certificate and add it in the browser's settings
maybe vanilla / ungoogled chromium ignores the client's certificates?
I'm not sure about that
What could also be is that you previously told the browser to ignore the invalid certificate
Version 102.0.5005.61-1 and 102.0.5005.61-2 have a bug that removes the option to bypass certificate errors (-3 will fix that)