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user:// doesn't seem to work in Brave browser. Tested the same code in Chrome, Edge, and Android on Itch.io and it works as intended.

Godot version 3.3
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The path to use to store user data is exactly the same in all browsers, but it's possible that Brave has different default privacy settings that make it more difficult to store persistent data. For the record, Godot uses IndexedDB to store user:// data.

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