Those are just other desired capabilities that I’ve set up for myself. You can use them as well, but they have nothing to do with the alert you are trying to handle.
Ok so question. How can I verify that this worked? When I launch my chrome browser to the site it still has the Flash popup blocker.
Do I need to be logged into my gmail and launch Chrome?
No, chromedriver doesn’t consider any other processes running on your computer.
Then either 1.) the desired capabilities you’ve configured are not set correctly, or 2.) the flash settings are not a browser-level setting, and thus cannot be handled using desired capabilities. I don’t think it’s number 2.
Ok Im going to go back and retrace my steps
Is there anyway to change the preferences inside the Dictionary type at run time?
I’m using Chrome 77 and I have the prefs Dictionary in my Desired Capabilities -> Web UI -> Chrome settings. The two properties I have in the dictionary are download.prompt_for_download = false and safebrowsing.enabled = true. Before adding these, Chrome would give me the keep/discard prompt immediately upon clicking the download button. After applying them, the file appears to begin downloading, however, when it gets to 100% it shows the keep/discard prompt instead of finishing.
Am I missing a property in my prefs dictionary?
My setup: Katalon 6.3.3, Windows 7, Chrome: 79.0.3945.130 (Official Build) (64-bit) (cohort: Stable)
I followed Brandon’s how-to (excellent work, thanks!) but I am not able to dismiss the “Download multiple files” dialog…
My Katalon settings:
Has anyone ever got this to work?
This is my diff result:
Funny you should ask, see my topic about this particular alert here:
tl;dr No, there’s no way to handle this, outside of refreshing the page between downloads.
Thanks for the feed-back
The idea of refresh works for me.
Not elegant but does the trick.
Under “Dictionary Property Builder”
Can a GlobalVariable be used in the “download.default_directory” value?
I’ve tried a few variations but no luck so far.
For example I tried the following but it does not work:
No, this would not work. The arguments given here are just read as Strings, so no method invocation would ever be triggered.
Thanks for the info Brandon.
@Brandon_Hein for Step 1, you can try also to simply navigate to chrome://prefs-internals (and refresh the page after the changes).
Should produce the same JSON results, already pretty printed. Save the page as txt or whatever you like and all good for diff-ing.
Wow, nice. This would definitely save a couple steps!
I will drop some links here so I can quickly find them later if needed:
List of Chrome driver specific capabilities:
And a comprehensive list of chrome switches (can be set through
Do you have a link to list of
prefs arguments that can be set? I only found this link, but I don’t think it’s the full list: https://src.chromium.org/viewvc/chrome/trunk/src/chrome/common/pref_names.cc?view=markup
This StackOverflow answer might have answered my question, although there are still some I cannot see in the list, like
profile.content_settings.exceptions.automatic_downloads.*.setting so I’m still somewhat confused on having the entire list. And also, I wanted more information on preferences like the two I mentioned.
from the link i posted above:
prefs dictionary A dictionary with each entry consisting of the name of the preference and its value. These preferences are only applied to the user profile in use. See the ‘Preferences’ file in Chrome’s user data directory for examples.
so I am able to find something like what you may need by navigating to chrome://prefs-internal:
those seems to match with what i can find in the
/home/my_user_name/.config/google-chrome/Default/Preferences file on linux (note that this file is huge)
not sure if it is exactly what you need but you can try
Appreciate your answer, but this isn’t exactly what I was looking for. I wanted to see a list of all possible
prefs and their descriptions (i.e., what does enabling/disabling a specific preference do).
This gave me a nice laugh
This is a very old reply, but w/e, I’ll address it.
1.) Desired capabilities, especially Chrome capabilities, are in constant flux. Trying to maintain an exhaustive list of all capabilities, what they do, and how to set them would be a full time job.
2.) Rather than giving you a fish, we’re teaching you how to fish. This guide will assist you in finding ANY capability you may want to set, present or future.
I needed a machete to fight my way through the cobwebs
Here is the Firefox list – again, can be a little behind current release (I believe). https://searchfox.org/mozilla-central/source/modules/libpref/init/all.js
More discussion (unsure if these are posted up-thread )