I have two different versions of moodle running and I've noticed a different in behaviour when third-party cookies are disabled. This is important because third-party tracking cookies are now blocked for all users by default in Firefox version 69. This is also the default on Safari browsers, and Chrome are considering making this the default setting in the future.
When using moodle as a provided and embedding moodle quizzes into another VLE via LTI, on moodle 3.4.2 disabling third-party cookies has no detrimental effect. Users can select the LTI link and moodle is nicely embedded in the consumer (Blackboard in my case).
However, on moodle 3.7.2 if third-party cookies are disabled and the user selects an LTI link too moodle, LTI fails and they are bounced to the moodle login page. The solution here is to set the LTI link to open in a new window, but that's not the behaviour I ideally want.
There might be differences between my consumer VLE systems, but I can't think what that might be as both are the same version of software.
Anyone else seeing odd behaviour when third-party cookies are disabled? Any advice?