Chrome webdriver 87 - Set text @ character issue

After upgrading Chrome webdriver to ver. 87 from ver. 85, I am experiencing an issue with Set text action which is skipping @ character. So instead of “” I get “” in the input field. Anyone ideas about how to fix this issue?


Try using …


You could also try to use the escape character before the @ sign, like: email\

I have found out that the problem is related to Chrome webdriver and Slovenian keyboard. If I change keyboard settings to English it started working again.

Default Chrome and it`s “Upgrade”