we are using the WebViewer in such a way that the sources are hosted on a different domain than the one that is displaying the WebViewer.
This works fine in normal use cases but prevents the WebViewer from loading when the user disabled third party cookies in their browser settings.
As the cause of this issue we identified that the WebViewer saves and loads some preferences of the current user in the local storage of the browser which also counts as third party cookies violation when accessed from a different domain.
These settings stored by the WebViewer seem to be the color and options inside the annotation tools.
As most users actually never see the annotation tools and even if these settings are not really necessary we would like to disable the access of local storage by the WebViewer entirely as this would highly improve the usability for some users and minimize support effort on our end.
Is this possible or could a setting for this be added to the next WebViewer release?