Argument string passed to selenium chrome options.
Arguments can be set as a string in the form of:
"--arg1 arg2 --arg3=value arg4=value"
In the example the arguments arg1, arg2, arg3 and arg4 are passed to chrome while arg3 and arg4 also have values
Sets the path to the Chrome binary to use. On Mac OS X, this path should reference the actual Chrome executable, not just the application binary (e.g. '/Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google Chrome').
The binary path be absolute or relative to the chromedriver server executable, but it must exist on the machine that will launch Chrome.
List of Chrome command line switches to exclude that ChromeDriver by default passes when starting Chrome. Do not prefix switches with '--'.
Add additional extensions to install when launching Chrome. Each extension should be specified as the path to the packed CRX file
If this property is set somehow (there is no negative or 'falsy' value), chromes headless option will be activated
Sets preferences for the 'Local State' file in Chrome's user data directory.
Complex value to set the performance logging preferences. Options include:
enableNetwork: Whether or not to collect events from Network domain.
enablePage: Whether or not to collect events from Page domain.
enableTimeline: Whether or not to collect events from Timeline domain. Note: when tracing is enabled, Timeline domain is implicitly disabled, unless
enableTimelineis explicitly set to true.
tracingCategories: A comma-separated string of Chrome tracing categories for which trace events should be collected. An unspecified or empty string disables tracing.
bufferUsageReportingInterval: The requested number of milliseconds between DevTools trace buffer usage events. For example, if 1000, then once per second, DevTools will report how full the trace buffer is. If a report indicates the buffer usage is 100%, a warning will be issued.
Might be useless in Sakuli
Sets the user preferences for Chrome's user profile. See the 'Preferences' file in Chrome's user data directory for examples.
Sets the height of the chromes window on start It's ignored when selenium.chrome.windowSize.width is not set
Sets the width of the chromes window on start It's ignored when selenium.chrome.windowSize.height is not set