- See also: chromedriver
- Developer Tools
- DebuggerProtocol - V8 debugger JSON based protocol
- Chromium Release Channels
- blog: Chrome Releases
- BUILDs: BuildBot: chromium-build.appspot.com/p/chromium/console
Command Line Options
NOTE: You can also export
CHROME_USER_FLAGS with a string containing the flags you want.
chrome://version to see the currently active flags.
||See chromium.org: user-data-directory|
|Proxy Server Stuff|
||Don't use a proxy server, always make direct connections. Overrides any other proxy server flags that are passed.|
||Force proxy auto-detection.|
||This switch only affects HTTP and HTTPS requests.|
||Allowing installing an extension by clicking on a
||Don't send hyperlink auditing pings|
||Causes the browser to launch directly in incognito mode.|
||Not available on Mac OS X|
--enable-logging=stderr to see
on the console.
-v=1 to get details logs on the console.
Setting Flags for Chrome on Android
adb shell 'echo "chrome <flags>" > /data/local/tmp/content-shell-command-line'
Remember to quit the app completely and restart for flags to take effect.
Turn off SPDY and use system SSL
# Use these flags --use-spdy=off --use-system-ssl
Logging: GUI or from the command line.
Visit chrome://net-internals/#capture to enable logging.
Another way to capture network events is by using the command line flag:
This will stream the network events directly to a file of your choosing. If you additionally want it to log the network bytes, then pass
Disable/Enable Chrome's PDF viewer plugin
- Visit chrome://plugins
- Scroll down and locate the "
Chrome PDF Viewer"
Visit http://policy to check the rules.
On Mac, check this – Mac Quick Start
open /Library/Managed\ Preferences/$USER/com.google.Chrome.plist open /Library/Managed\ Preferences/com.google.Chrome.plist # OR plutil -convert xml1 -o - /Library/Managed\ Preferences/$USER/com.google.Chrome.plist | less plutil -convert xml1 -o - /Library/Managed\ Preferences/com.google.Chrome.plist | less
Register GMail as protocol handler for mailto: links