I was under the impression that putting a setting in
lib/jitsi-default-overrides.properties would override that setting, even if
its set in defaults.properties . Therefore I put in:
With hopes that the ZRTP confirmation panel wouldn't be shown any longer.
However when I later tried a call with someone, I still got the dreaded
I did some debugging, and added the following statement to the tools ->
boolean isSecurityLowPriority =
System.out.println("Security: " + isSecurityLowPriority);
When I tested this, the output was always 'false' even when I had this
setting being set to true in jitsi-default-overrides.properties , and even
when I removed the line setting this to false in defaults.properties. I
only got this to say 'true' when I put
into defaults.properties itself.
So, what's the story here? Do I need to move all the other settings I set
in overrides back to defaults.properties if they're going to have no effect?