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browser level settings in Wptdrivier.ini are being ignored
08-03-2016, 12:23 AM
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RE: browser level settings in Wptdrivier.ini are being ignored
The Chrome SxS is intentional and shouldn't cause problems. It is a symlink path to the real chrome directory that is a hack that causes Chrome to not show the "developer mode" extension warning dialog that launched with 52.

Is it safe to assume that the issue is that "Chrome1" isn't launching with the additional flags (perhaps others than you list because I'm pretty use --no-default-browser-check is tacked on automatically)?

I made a change over the weekend to ignore the "options" entry and always populate the --load-extension and --user-data-dir options automatically because it was a common thing that people were messing up.

If you need additional flags or want to change the proxy flag you can specify a "command-line" entry in the ini that will add the additional flags.

Time Limit=120


command-line=--no-proxy-server --no-default-browser-check'

If command-line is specified then --no-proxy-server will be omitted from the default command-line and whatever you provide will be included in it's place.

If it is causing too much pain or you really need to point the user data dir to a different folder I can revert the change but making those two settings non-breakable fixes a good number of issues that people have had when configuring the ini files.
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RE: browser level settings in Wptdrivier.ini are being ignored - pmeenan - 08-03-2016 12:23 AM

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