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AHK_user
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Re: Checking the version of Chrome if selenium fails to start driver

22 Oct 2019, 11:57

Are you looking in the correct folder?
Add the following code:
Run, % Folder_Chromedriver "\Backup"
johnqflorida
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Re: Checking the version of Chrome if selenium fails to start driver

24 Oct 2019, 07:54

Warning: lateral thinking/partly off topic answer: You could also keep an alternate installation of Chrome via the PortableApps version of Chrome, make it not auto-update, and use it only for the tasks you're doing your fancy work on, which probably is in a more controlled environment of known and/or intranet sites. And use your real/permanent installation of Chrome for day to day web browsing.

So in your more controlled environment, let's say it's work related intranet sites only, you can probably go six months between updates. Update it on your own terms and schedule (it's a bit of a pain updatingm portable apps, because letting it auto update blurs what was the portableapp vs. what is normal install, so it's best to download the new portable version and reinstall.) (True story: For occasional quick'n dirty work, I have an old portableapps version of Firefox 54.0.1, the last version where the old Selenium IDE still worked.)
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Re: Checking the version of Chrome if selenium fails to start driver

25 Oct 2019, 10:38

Wasn't able to resolve the before mentioned issue to used Zip/Unzip function found somewhere on the forum to extract and paste chromedriver in the Selenium dir.
Source link: http://www.autohotkey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=402574

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