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NuGet package - Selenium WebDriver ChromeDriver

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What's this?

This NuGet package installs Chrome Driver (Win32, macOS, and Linux64) for Selenium WebDriver into your Unit Test Project.

"chromedriver(.exe)" does not appear in Solution Explorer, but it is copied to the output folder from the package source folder when the build process.

NuGet package restoring ready, and no need to commit "chromedriver(.exe)" binary into source code control repository.

How to install?

For example, at the package manager console on Visual Studio, enter the following command.

If you are using Chrome version 89:

If you are using Chrome version 88:

If you are using Chrome version 87:

To learn what version of ChromeDriver you need to use, please see also the following page:

https://chromedriver.chromium.org/downloads/version-selection

Cross-platform building and publishing

By default - it depends on the OS running the build process

By default, the platform type of the web driver file copied to the output folder depends on the OS running the build process.

  • When you build the project which references the NuGet package of chromedriver on Windows OS, win32 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.
  • When you build it on macOS, macOS x64 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.
  • When you build it on any Linux distributions, Linux x64 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.

Method 1 - Specify "Runtime Identifier"

When you specify the "Runtime Identifier (RID)" explicitly, the platform type of the driver file is the same to the RID which you specified. (it doesn't depends on the which OS to use for build process.)

You can specify RID as a MSBuild property in a project file,

or, as a command-line option for dotnet build command.

  • When the RID that starts with "win" is specified, win32 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.
  • When the RID that starts with "osx" is specified, macOS x64 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.
  • When the RID that starts with "linux" is specified, Linux x64 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.

If you specify another pattern of RID like "ubuntu.18.04-x64", the platform type of the web driver file which will be copied to the output folder depends on the OS running the build process. (default behavior.)

Method 2 - Specify "WebDriverPlatform" msbuild property

You can control which platform version of chromedriver will be copied by specifying "WebDriverPlatform" MSBuild property.

"WebDriverPlatform" MSBuild property can take one of the following values:

  • "win32"
  • "mac64"
  • "linux64"

You can specify "WebDriverPlatform" MSBuild property in a project file,

or, command-line option for dotnet build command.

The specifying "WebDriverPlatform" MSBuild property is the highest priority method to control which platform version of the chromedriver will be copied.

If you run the following command on Windows OS,

The driver file of macOS x64 version will be copied to the output folder.

How to include the driver file into published files?

"chromedriver(.exe)" isn't included in published files on default configuration. This behavior is by design.

If you want to include "chromedriver(.exe)" into published files, please define compilation symbol.

define _PUBLISH_CHROMEDRIVER compilation symbol

Another way, you can define property with value is "true" in MSBuild file (.csproj, .vbproj, etc...) to publish the driver file instead of define compilation symbol.

You can also define property from the command line option for command.

Note

MSBuild property always override the condition of define compilation symbol or not. If you define MSBuild property with false, then the driver file isn't included in publish files whenever define compilation symbol or not.

Appendix

The numbering of the package version

The rule of the version number of this package is:

+

For example, 2nd package release for the chromedriver ver.1.2.3.4, the package version is + → .

Sometime multiple packages for the same chromedriver version may be released by following example reasons.

  • Packaging miss. (the package included invalid version of the driver files)
  • Fixing bug of the build script, or improving the build script.

Where is chromedriver.exe saved to?

chromedriver(.exe) exists at
" {solution folder} /packages/Selenium.WebDriver.ChromeDriver. {ver} /driver/ {platform}"
folder.

And package installer configure MSBuild task such as .csproj to copy chromedriver(.exe) into the output folder during the build process.

License

The build script (.targets file) in this NuGet package is licensed under The Unlicense.

The binary files of ChromeDriver are licensed under the BSD-3-Clause.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Downloads

Please note that we have migrated to a new ChromeDriver site.
Current site will be deprecated soon.

Current Releases

If you are using Chrome from Dev or Canary channel, please following instructions on the ChromeDriver Canary page.
For more information on selecting the right version of ChromeDriver, please see the Version Selection page.
Supports Chrome version 91
  • Resolved issue 3744: SendKeys() and Click() silently fail after link navigation
  • Resolved issue 3746: attribute endpoint incorrectly updates values
Supports Chrome version 90
  • Resolved issue 3708: GetElementLocation's inView fails for elements in shadow DOM
  • Resolved issue 3721: Collect performance log for service worker when enabled
  • Resolved issue 3731: AdbImpl::GetPidByName does not work correctly on non-standard Android OS's like on OnePlus
  • Resolved issue 3733: Catastrophic failure with domain on localhost
  • Resolved issue 3734: Driver should Error Attempting to set Cookie on Wrong Domain
  • Resolved issue 3743: Refactor call function and fix remove element issue
Supports Chrome version 89
  • Resolved issue 3667: Timed out receiving a message from renderer
  • Resolved issue 3675: GetElementLocation uses inView method which mishandles boolean as array
  • Resolved issue 3682: GetElementRegion returns incorrect size for elements which are partially out of viewport
  • Resolved issue 3690: ChromeDriver fails if extensions use chrome.windows API
Supports Chrome version 88
  • Resolved issue 3641: Page not getting loaded/rendered when browser window is not in focus with Chrome Beta v87 and chromedriver v(87/86)
Supports Chrome version 88
  • Resolved issue 3611: getText() output in protractor different from <element>.innerText
  • Resolved issue 3625: Improve element screenshot compatibility
  • Resolved issue 3628: Stale Element Reference and wrong URL reported back with URL having another URL as part of its path
  • Resolved issue 3631: Add support for the `webauthn:extension:largeBlob` capability
  • Resolved issue 3635: Chromedriver 86 - chromedriver .quit() doesn't seem to pass unload event properly
  • Resolved issue 3649: Copying selected text to clipboard does not work on Windows 10 when using headless mode
Supports Chrome version 87
  • Resolved issue 3641: Page not getting loaded/rendered when browser window is not in focus with Chrome Beta v87 and chromedriver v(87/86)
  • Resolved issue 3657: Screenshot background browser timed out
Supports Chrome version 87
  • Resolved issue 2421: Delete old port-forwarding channels on android adb-server
  • Resolved issue 3474: Emulated mobile device list needs updating
  • Resolved issue 3507: Implement "get computed role"
  • Resolved issue 3508: Implement "get computed label"
  • Resolved issue 3584: Rename ChromeDriver command line option --whitelisted-ips
  • Resolved issue 3588: Bidi WebSocket connection
  • Resolved issue 3594: Navigation completes prematurely if OOPIF loads before main page
  • Resolved issue 3598: A command line option for devtools port to be forwarded to webview_devtools_remote socket
  • Resolved issue 3608: Chromedriver debuggerAddress does not support ipv6
  • Resolved issue 3370: Shut down Chrome gracefully or cookie will not be correctly saved to SQLite persistence file
  • Resolved issue 3401: Get Element Location JS does not locate the visible center of the element
  • Resolved issue 3462: For sendKeys, CMD key don't work for MAC
  • Resolved issue 3541: Improve log between Client and ChromeDriver
  • Resolved issue 3559: Output Chrome version when ChromeDriver reports incompatible

Supports Chrome version 85
  • Resolved issue 3578: Chrome 85 no longer allows graceful interaction with windows when an alert dialog is open

Supports Chrome version 85
  • Resolved issue 3577: ChromeDriver 85 does not detect changed Chrome directory (C:\Program Files)

Supports Chrome version 85
  • Resolved issue 3214: ChromeDriver78: Sendkeys resets text selection with contenteditable
  • Resolved issue 3376: Remove LaunchApp command from ChromeDriver
  • Resolved issue 3432: Sometimes NavigationTracker fails to detect when the page has finished loading
  • Resolved issue 3481: New Print endpoint according to w3c spec
  • Resolved issue 3488: driver.get doesn't throw error when proxy is wrong configured
  • Resolved issue 3502: Use document.hasFocus() to check if element is focused
  • Resolved issue 3515: selenium.common.exceptions.WebDriverException: Message: unknown error: bad inspector message

ChromeDriver 84.0.4147.30

Supports Chrome version 84
  • Resolved issue 3420: after switching to the print window, the chromedriver stops responding
  • Resolved issue 3421: Driver returns Cyrillic text without styles
  • Resolved issue 3422: GetElementText breaks with prototype 1.6.0.3
  • Resolved issue 3434: Cannot get 'assert' messages from the 'browser' logs

ChromeDriver 83.0.4103.39

Supports Chrome version 83
  • Updated Chromedriver to work correctly with prototype.js.

ChromeDriver 83.0.4103.14

Supports Chrome version 83
  • Resolved issue 1778: Deprecate launchApp from ChromeDriver
  • Resolved issue 2520: InitSession can wait forever when Chrome is unresponsive
  • Resolved issue 3120: Headless mode download from new tab
  • Resolved issue 3234: Confirm semicolon found before substring
  • Resolved issue 3240: ExecuteGetElementRect does not check returned status from GET_SIZE
  • Resolved issue 3331: The get_cookies() method is returning 'expiry' keys of type double, but should be int64 in w3c mode
  • Resolved issue 3332: Retry timeout logged as severe
  • Resolved issue 3339: Chromedriver exited unexpectedly with code null, signal SIGTRAP
  • Resolved issue 3351: Improve Security Considerations message
  • Resolved issue 3352: Support SendKeys for color elements
  • Resolved issue 3353: Wait for Pending Navigation continues after frame context destroyed
  • Resolved issue 3375: Chromedriver v80 hangs on getPageSource on some sites
  • Resolved issue 3383: ChromeDriver 80+ on Windows seems to exit or stall on certain element or click commands
  • Resolved issue 3399: Remove wasThrown check

ChromeDriver 81.0.4044.138

Supports Chrome version 81
  • Updated Chromedriver to work correctly with prototype.js.

ChromeDriver 81.0.4044.69

Supports Chrome version 81
  • Fixed: Chromedriver crashes on getPageSource on some sites.
  • Fixed: ChromeDriver crashes on certain element or click commands.

ChromeDriver 81.0.4044.20

Supports Chrome version 81
  • Fixed error when attempting to get location of html element.
  • Get and Add Cookie commands are now frame specific.
  • Resolved some issues that occur with sites that redefine standard Javascript objects.
  • ChromeDriver will continue to wait for loading to complete after receiving a Target Closed message.
  • Chromedriver now returns spec compliant error code for timeouts 
  • Fixed: ChromeDriver Unexpected Slow response time on NewSession Command.
  • User-defined timeouts of over 10 minutes are now supported.
  • Fixed: ChromeDriver unable to connect to DevTools due to IPv4 vs IPv6 mismatch.
  • Restored search order for Chrome binary on Linux.
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 80.0.3987.16

Supports Chrome version 80
  • Fixed Load page was aborted when using a proxy.
  • Chromedriver now waits for Current frame to load.
  • ChromeDriver log will include the port used by the driver. 
  • Enabled SetGeoLocation for w3c mode.
  • Added missing Alert text for UnexpectedAlertOpen status. 
  • Improved message when CRX2 Extension is loaded.
  • Fixed a potential race condition in ExecuteGetPageSource. 
  • ChromeDriver will add --ignore-certificate-errors flag when acceptInsecureCerts capability is true
  • Updated the error message and return status for no such execution context 
  • Fixed: ChromeDriver may block indefinitely while waiting for pending navigation.
  • Added SameSite attribute to AddCookie and GetCookie.
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 79.0.3945.36

Supports Chrome version 79
Includes the following change over version 79.0.3945.16:
  • Fixed incorrect calculation of element coordinates
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 79.0.3945.16

Supports Chrome version 79
  • Fixed ChromeDriver crash caused by javascript alert fired during command execution
  • Fixed a bug causing Chromedriver to lock when an alert is fired while taking a screenshot
  • Removed --ignore-certificate-errors from Chrome launch command
  • Changed platform and platformName to windows on Win10
  • Fixed undefined window.navigator.webdriver when "enable-automation" is excluded 
  • Fixed WPT test "test_not_editable_inputs[hidden]"
  • Fixed "Element is not clickable" when using headless mode
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 78.0.3904.105

Supports Chrome version 78
Includes the following change over version 78.0.3904.70:
  • Fixed incorrect calculation of element coordinates
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 78.0.3904.70

Supports Chrome version 78
Includes the following change over version 78.0.3904.11:
  • Reverted the change to adjust screeshot size on retina display, due to multiple issues reported
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 78.0.3904.11

Supports Chrome version 78
  • Fixed several issues in JavaScript object serialization
  • Fixed a bug in capability matching for Chrome on Android
  • Implemented permissions automation
  • Fixed screenshot size on retina display
  • Fixed page load timeout in some scenarios
  • Improved platformName capability matching
  • Fixed error code returned while moving pointer to drop-down list options
  • Fixed an issue affecting download in headless mode
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 77.0.3865.40

Supports Chrome version 77

Includes the following changes over version 77.0.3865.10:
  • Fixed two bugs in serializing and deserializing JavaScript objects
  • Fixed handling of platformName: android while matching capabilities
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 77.0.3865.10

Supports Chrome version 77
  • Fixed several issues in the implementation of Actions API
  • Improved JavaScript code execution and result handling
  • Fixed a bug that incorrectly rejected POST requests with empty body in OSS mode
  • A more robust navigation tracker
  • Support eager page load strategy
  • Added New Window command from W3C WebDriver spec
  • Support to save file downloads in headless mode
  • Added support for loading CRX3 extensions
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 76.0.3809.126

Supports Chrome version 76
Includes the following changes over version 76.0.3809.68:
  • Fixed two bugs in serializing and deserializing JavaScript objects
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 76.0.3809.68

Supports Chrome version 76
Includes the following changes over version 76.0.3809.25:
  • Fixed a bug in detecting circular reference in JavaScript objects
  • Fixed a bug that causes ChromeDriver to crash when certain types of JavaScript errors occur
  • Fixed a bug that prevents actions API to interact with elements inside shadow DOMs
  • Fixed a bug in keeping track of modifier key state between actions API commands
  • Fixed a bug in keeping track of pointer locations between actions API commands
  • Save "Cannot call non W3C standard command while in W3C mode" error to log file when it occurs
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 76.0.3809.25

Supports Chrome version 76
Includes the following changes over version 76.0.3809.12:
  • Fixed a bug that incorrectly rejected POST requests with empty body in OSS mode
  • Added new endpoints for retrieving Chrome log
  • Added endpoint for Is Displayed command in W3C mode
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 76.0.3809.12

Supports Chrome version 76
  • Finished implementation of Actions API
  • Improved spec compliance of script timeout handling
  • Improved serialization of results from Execute Script command
  • Fixed issues in scrolling element into view
  • Added handling of Cancel key defined in WebDriver spec
  • Fixed processing of unhandled alert error response
  • Fixed processing of <details> element
  • Updated excludeSwitches option to allow optional leading dashes in switch names
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 75.0.3770.140

Supports Chrome version 75
Includes the following changes over version 75.0.3770.90:
  • Fixed a bug that caused ChromeDriver to crash when some types of JavaScript error occurs
  • Fixed a bug in preserving modifier key state between actions
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 75.0.3770.90

Supports Chrome version 75
Includes the following changes over version 75.0.3770.8:
  • Fixed a bug that incorrectly rejected POST requests with empty body in OSS mode
  • Added new endpoints for retrieving Chrome log
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 75.0.3770.8

Supports Chrome version 75
The most noticeable change is ChromeDriver now runs in W3C standard compliant mode by default. Other changes include:
  • Fixed a bug that caused blur event to be raised twice during element clear
  • Renamed capability loggingPrefs to goog:loggingPrefs, as required by W3C standard
  • Fixed error handling in W3C mode
  • Correct handling of creating cookies without leading dot in the domain name
  • Allows null for script timeout
  • Fixed Element Send Keys command to file input with 'multiple' attribute
  • Fixed Get Active Element command to return "no such element" error when no active element exists
  • Fixed navigation to malformed URL to return "invalid argument" error
  • Fixed HTTP status code when invalid session id is received
  • Fixed error response when input parameter is missing or malformed
  • Fixed Execute Script command to handle line-oriented JavaScript comment
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 74.0.3729.6

Supports Chrome version 74
  • Fixed a bug that generated unexpected debug.log file on Windows
  • Fixed mouse clicking and drag / drop inside SVG document
  • Added cache-control header in responses from ChromeDriver
  • Fixed the type of error when click is intercepted by a different element
  • Fixed a bug that caused ChromeDriver to fail on Linux devices without /dev/shm
  • Fixed some types of double click events
  • Fixed Get Sessions command
  • Fixed error checking in Switch To Frame command
  • Fixed Get Page Source command
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 73.0.3683.68

Supports Chrome version 73
  • Fixed a bug that generated unexpected debug.log file on Windows
  • Fixed error code returned from Execute Script command in some scenarios
  • Added cache-control header in responses from ChromeDriver
  • Made the HTTP server keep connection alive by default
  • Fixed Close Window command to correctly handle user prompts
  • Fixed error code returned while sending keys to disabled element
  • Improved spec compliance of timeout value handling
  • Improved spec compliance of Add Cookie command
  • Increased HTTP server listening queue length
  • Fixed Is Element Displayed command in v0 shadow DOM
  • Added warning about Element Clear command behavior change in log file
  • Fixed Execute Script command to correctly convert document.all into JSON format
  • Improved handling of bad element reference
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 2.46

  • Fixed error code returned from Execute Script command in some scenarios
  • Made the HTTP server keep connection alive by default
  • Fixed Close Window command to correctly handle user prompts
  • Fixed error code returned while sending keys to disabled element
  • Improved spec compliance of timeout value handling
  • Improved spec compliance of Add Cookie command
  • Improved spec compliance of Switch to Frame command
  • Increased HTTP server listening queue length
  • Fixed Is Element Displayed command in v0 shadow DOM
  • Fixed Element Double Click command
  • Added warning about Element Clear command behavior change in log file
  • Fixed Execute Script command to correctly convert document.all into JSON format
  • Improved handling of bad element reference
  • Fixed New Session is not spec compliant
  • Fixed ChromeDriver shouldn't launch Chrome if Chrome and ChromeDriver versions are incompatible
  • Fixed Find Element command returns wrong error code when an invalid locator is used
  • Fixed Some ChromeDriver status codes are wrong
  • Fixed Compile error in JS inside of WebViewImpl::DispatchTouchEventsForMouseEvents
  • Fixed Window size commands should handle user prompts
  • Fixed ChromeDriver doesn't start Chrome correctly with Chrome option "user-data-dir="
  • Fixed Status command is not spec compliant
  • Fixed Add support for strictFileInteractability
  • Fixed WindowMaximize on Mac
  • Fixed Incorrect 'alert open error' for window handle call
  • Fixed Element Send Keys should get "text" property in W3C mode
  • Fixed XML special case of Is Element Enabled is not handled as per spec
  • Fixed XML special case of Get Element CSS Value is not handled as per spec
  • Fixed Set Window Rect needs to check for invalid input
  • Fixed Support new unhandledPromptBehavior modes
  • Fixed Parsing of proxy configuration is not standard compliant
  • Fixed Launch app command is flaky
  • Fixed Screenshot of element inside iFrame is taken incorrectly
  • Added ChromeDriver supports window resizing over a remote connection
  • Fixed Error codes are not handled in Clear element
  • Fixed Not waiting until element is visible
  • Fixed Get element property is not implemented
  • Fixed Switch to Frame is not spec compliant
  • Fixed Execute Async Script does not return spec compliant error codes
  • Fixed Execute Script does not return spec compliant error codes
  • Fixed Error code in ExecuteGet is not conformant with spec
  • Fixed Send Alert Text is not returning spec compliant error codes
  • Fixed clear() on an input type="date" pretends element is not user-editable
  • Fixed Chromedriver gets window handle for the tab which is opened manually
  • Fixed Allow append or start a new log file for chromedriver
  • Fixed New Session does not invoke w3c mode if flag is in firstMatch
  • Fixed ClickEelement in Mobile Emulation
  • Fixed whitelisted IPs with IPv4
  • Fixed starting ChromeDriver with whitelisted-ips flag on Mac OS
  • Fixed SetTimeout to accept both pre-W3C and W3C formats
  • Fixed take element screenshot
  • Fixed ChromeDriver is looking for Chrome binaries in a system PATH as well
  • Fixed Maximize window and Full Screen
  • Implemented log-replay functionality. ( Does not work for Android and Remote Browser yet )
  • Fixed some error codes were not compliant to W3C standard
  • Fixed console.log with multiple arguments not handled properly
  • Fixed GetElementRect should allow doubles
  • Fixed touch emulation
  • Fixed issue when 
    ChromeDriver runs with "whitelisted-ips" option
  • Remote Debugging Port is returned in capabilities
  • Implemented getting window size on Android
  • Desktop Chrome launch error messages are improved
  • ChromeDriver fails fast when unable to start Chrome binaries
  • Close Window return value conforms with spec
Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

angular / webdriver-manager Public

@FredCni
Well, the problem as I understand it is that , with the default configuration, simply installs the latest ChromeDriver version referenced here. It works fine when Chrome is up to date on the computer & the latest ChromeDriver version matches this version of Chrome, which should be true in most cases, but sometimes it fails, like when Google does not release the latest Chrome version simultaneously on all platforms.

If you want the bug to be fixed, you need to improve the default ChromeDriver version selection mechanism. What I proposed above (use the installed Chrome's version and use the ChromeDriver's API to detect the version to download) is just a way to make it fully automated, without the need to maintain a platform-to-ChromeDriver version mapping table on the or 's side.

@TylerNielsen
does not install Chrome, it installs ChromeDriver, whose version has to match the installed version of Chrome. When no specific version is specified in the update command, it just installs the latest version available from the following API endpoint.

What I suggest is that adds an option to install the driver version matching the installed Chrome version instead of just installing the latest or an explicit one. Then, protactor, which uses to manage the ChromeDriver installation, could simply have a configuration setting allowing us to use this behavior instead of the "use the latest version" or "use this specific version" ones.

Note that this mechanism could be built in instead of to keep the tool simpler, but if the tool is used by other frameworks, it could prove useful for them too.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

How to Get Access to Chrome Beta

Google Chrome comes in four release channels: Stable, Beta, Dev, and Canary.

  • Stable is the channel that’s publicly released, you’re probably using it right now.
  • Beta is the next upcoming version that’s in final testing before it’s released to the Stable channel.

You can get access to all four channels for free. While there are some downsides to using the Beta channel, there are also some compelling reasons to download it.

This post covers everything you should know. First, how do you get the current Beta version of Chrome?

How to install Chrome Beta

For Mac OSX, Windows 32 and 64, and Linux:

Go to the Chrome Beta homepage and click Download Chrome Beta.

chrome beta download page screenshot

The website will automatically detect your operating system and offer you the download that matches your OS. The desktop version is available for Mac OSX, Windows 32- and 64-bit, and Linux.

After you click Accept and Install, you’ll get a download. Open and install from your computer as usual, and then close and re-open Chrome.

For iOS:

First, install Testflight, which lets developers test applications on mobile devices.

Next, tap the link on your iPhone or iPad after you install Testflight, and restart Chrome once installation is complete.

For Android:

Go straight to the Play Store and install Chrome Beta from there. Then restart Chrome.

For Chromebook:

Chromebooks don’t work the same way that traditional desktops or mobile devices do. To get Chrome Beta on your Chromebook, you’ll need to be the owner. If an organization administers your Chromebook, you likely won’t be able to change channels.

Also keep in mind that changing channels to Beta on Chromebook will shift the whole Chromebook over to Beta. When you shift back to Stable, you will lose everything from your Chromebook. Cloud storage on Drive won’t be affected, but everything saved locally will be erased.

If you still want to change channels on your Chromebook, here’s how:

  1. Sign in to your Chromebook with the owner’s account, and go to the menu by clicking the time.
  2. Select Settings > About Chrome OS > Detailed Build Information > Channel.
  3. Next to Chanel, choose Channel Change and select Beta. Your Chromebook will download and install the update, then prompt you to restart.

To check your installation has worked, open the Chrome menu and go to Help > About Google Chrome to see the version number. Beta is usually a couple of version numbers ahead of Stable Chrome: at the time of writing, desktop Beta was 79.0.3945.36 for desktops and laptops, and 79.0.3945.36 for iOS and Android, with the mobile build released later the same day.

To check the current numbers, go here.

Why should you install Chrome Beta?

There are several reasons to choose Chrome Beta. It’s a less stable but more advanced version than the one on general release.

While it’s not a totally reliable representation of what’s coming up, Chrome Beta is used as a clearinghouse for features that will become part of Stable Chrome. Beta users get to see Chrome’s upcoming features. While not all of them will go live, many of them do.

For some, the extra functionality of Beta is a requirement for their job. Others might just like to have a more up-to-date, feature-rich Chrome experience that’s updated more regularly.

Here are a few examples of use cases:

IT departments: QA testing

IT departments need to know in advance if new versions of Chrome are going to cause glitches with the tools they use. Software companies need to QA test their products, and Chrome Beta is a constant part of that process, which is often semi-automated through Chromedriver.

Developers: Integrations with Chrome

For developers creating apps or websites, Chrome integrations are crucial. Knowing how your site will appear and function in the most widely-used browser is vital, and Beta lets developers match their creations to the latest build before everyone else is using it so they can troubleshoot in advance. Beta also often has additional functionalities for developers that are introduced in later stable builds, including third-party tools like flags that aren’t available in Stable.

Personal users: New features

In addition to developer-friendly functions inside Dev Tools, Chrome trials new features for users in Beta. This means an opportunity to road-test the newest Chrome functionality before it becomes mainstream, which is attractive to Chrome power users.

What is the difference between Chrome Beta and Chrome Canary?

Chrome Beta is advanced and close to release. Canary is purely experimental. Beta gives you a snapshot of what Chrome will be unless major issues arise. In Canary, major issues are expected. It’s unstable, prone to crashing and glitching, and while it comes with a ton of useful features, it’s unreliable by nature.

Chrome Beta is mostly stable. You might get the odd bug that wouldn’t have made it through to Stable, but it’s far from the “bleeding edge” promised by Canary. It’s updated every week and gets a major update every six weeks, whereas Canary is updated nightly. Even developers won’t run Canary as their main Chrome install, which is why it’s the only Chrome channel that runs alongside regular Chrome. Beta and Dev replace it.

How to uninstall Chrome Beta

To revert to Stable from Beta, you’ll need to uninstall Chrome, then reinstall Stable. Here’s how to uninstall Chrome on your device.

For Mac OSX:

Quit Chrome and go to Applications in Finder. Find Chrome and drag it to the trash.

You should also delete browsing history, bookmarks, and profile information from your computer so that Stable installs without a hitch. To do that, go to File > Find > Go to folder and enter: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome

Select all the files from that folder and drag them to the trash.

To reinstall Chrome, download the installation file here. Open the googlechrome.dmg file and drag Chrome to Applications in the installation window.

For Windows 10:

Quit Chrome and go to Start > Settings. Click Apps > Apps and features, and find and select Google Chrome. Click Uninstall and confirm by clicking Uninstall when prompted.

To delete profile information, browsing history, and bookmarks, check the box marked “Also delete your browsing data.”

To reinstall, download the installation file here. Chrome will open automatically after it’s finished downloading and installing.

For Windows Vista, 7, and 8:

Quit Chrome and go to the Control Panel. This is in the Start menu > Control Panel in Windows Vista and 7. In Windows 8 it’s in Settings > Control Panel. Click Uninstall a Program or Programs and Features, and double-click Google Chrome.

To delete your profile information, bookmarks, and history so that Stable installs without a hitch, check the box marked “Also delete your browsing data.”

To reinstall Chrome, download the installation file here. If you’re prompted, click Run or Save, and if you clicked Save, double-click the download after it’s completed to start installation.

For Linux:

Open a terminal window. In GNOME, Unity, and Cinnamon, press CTRL+ALT+T. In KDE environments, select Application Menu > System > Console.

If you have a Debian-based system, enter: sudo dpkg -r google-chrome-stable

If you have a non-Debian system, enter: sudo rpm -e google-chrome-stable

Enter your computer’s password when prompted.

To reinstall Chrome, download the installation file here. Click OK to open the package, then click Install package.

For iOS:

Tap and hold the Chrome app on your device, and at the top left of the icon, tap Remove. Tap delete when prompted to delete Chrome and associated browsing information and profile data.

To reinstall Chrome go to Chrome on the App Store. Tap Get, then Install, enter your Apple ID password, and tap OK.

For Android:

Removing Chrome from Android devices isn’t usually an option: the majority come with the browser built-in. What you can do is reset it to an earlier version.

To do that, go to Settings > Applications > Application Manager > Uninstall Updates. OK that when prompted and your Android devices’ version of Chrome will be reset to the version it came with. Then, when you open Chrome, you’ll be prompted to update to the latest stable build.

For Chromebook:

When you revert Chrome to Stable on a Chromebook, you have to wipe the machine, since Chrome is the OS as well as the browser.

Sign in to your Chromebook with the owner account and click the time in the bottom right corner of the screen. Then click Settings > About Chrome OS > Detailed Build Information > Channel.

Select Change Channel, and click Change Channel and Powerwash. After the update installs, click Relaunch and Powerwash. Your Chromebook will powerwash, erasing all locally stored data.

Should you avoid installing Chrome Beta?

If you are a developer or engineer, Chrome Beta offers a huge advantage. If you aren’t a development, IT, or software professional, there’s no real reason to use it.

Most users simply don’t need the advanced features faster than the public release. You get all the extra bugs but without any upside.

The only other reason to use Beta is if you just like to use the latest, most advanced tools. In which case, have at it.

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How to Get Access to Chrome Beta

Google Chrome comes in four release channels: Stable, Beta, Dev, and Canary.

  • Stable is the channel that’s publicly released, you’re probably using it right now.
  • Beta is the next Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] version that’s in final testing before it’s released to the Stable channel.

You can get access to all four channels for free. While there are some downsides to using the Beta channel, there are also some compelling reasons to download it.

This post covers everything you should know. First, how do you get the current Beta version of Chrome?

How to install Chrome Beta

For Mac OSX, Windows 32 and 64, and Linux:

Go to the Chrome Beta homepage and click Download Chrome Beta.

chrome beta download page screenshot

The website will automatically detect your operating system and offer you the download that matches your OS. The desktop version is available for Mac OSX, Windows 32- and 64-bit, and Linux.

After you click Accept and Install, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest], you’ll get a download. Open and install from your computer as usual, and then close and re-open Chrome.

For iOS:

First, install Testflight, which lets developers test applications on mobile devices.

Next, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest], tap the link on your iPhone or iPad after you install Testflight, and restart Chrome once installation is complete.

For Android:

Go straight to the Play Store and install Chrome Beta from there. Then restart Chrome.

For Chromebook:

Chromebooks don’t work the same way that traditional desktops or mobile devices do. To get Chrome Beta on your Chromebook, you’ll need to be the owner. If an organization administers your Chromebook, you likely won’t be able to change channels.

Also keep in mind that changing channels to Beta on Chromebook will shift the whole Chromebook over to Beta. When you shift back to Stable, you will lose everything from your Chromebook. Cloud storage on Drive won’t be affected, but everything saved locally will be erased.

If you still want to change channels on your Chromebook, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest], here’s how:

  1. Sign in to your Chromebook with the owner’s account, and go to the menu by clicking the time.
  2. Select Settings > About Chrome OS > Detailed Build Information > Channel.
  3. Next to Chanel, choose Channel Change and select Beta. Your Chromebook will download and install the update, then prompt you to restart.

To check your installation has worked, open the Chrome menu and go to Help > About Google Chrome to see the version number. Beta is usually a couple of version numbers ahead of Stable Chrome: at the time of writing, desktop Beta was 79.0.3945.36 for desktops and laptops, and 79.0.3945.36 for iOS and Android, with the mobile build released later the same day.

To check the current numbers, go here.

Why should you install Chrome Beta?

There are several reasons to choose Chrome Beta. It’s a less stable but more advanced version than the one on general release.

While it’s not a totally reliable representation of what’s coming up, Chrome Beta is used as a clearinghouse for features that will become part of Stable Chrome. Beta users get to see Chrome’s upcoming features. While not all of them will go live, many of them do.

For some, the extra functionality of Beta is a requirement for their job. Others might just like to have a more up-to-date, feature-rich Chrome experience that’s updated more regularly.

Here are a few examples of use cases:

IT departments: QA testing

IT departments need to know in advance if new versions of Chrome are going to cause glitches with the tools they use. Software companies need to QA test their products, and Chrome Beta is a constant part of that process, which is often semi-automated through Chromedriver.

Developers: Integrations with Chrome

For developers creating apps or websites, Chrome integrations are crucial. Knowing how your site will appear and function in the most widely-used browser is vital, and Beta lets developers match their creations to the latest build before everyone else is using it so they can troubleshoot in advance. Beta also often has additional functionalities for developers that are introduced in later stable builds, including third-party tools like flags that aren’t available in Stable.

Personal users: New features

In addition to developer-friendly functions inside Dev Tools, Chrome trials new features for users in Beta. This means an Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] to road-test the newest Chrome functionality before it becomes mainstream, which is attractive to Chrome power users.

What is the difference between Chrome Beta and Chrome Canary?

Chrome Beta is advanced and close to release, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest]. Canary is purely experimental. Beta gives you a snapshot of what Chrome will be unless major issues arise. In Canary, major issues are expected. It’s unstable, prone to crashing and glitching, and while it comes with a Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] of useful features, it’s unreliable by nature.

Chrome Beta is mostly stable. You might get the odd bug that wouldn’t have made it through to Stable, but it’s far from the “bleeding edge” promised by Canary. It’s updated every week and gets a major update every six weeks, whereas Canary is updated nightly. Even developers won’t run Canary as their main Chrome install, which is why it’s the only Chrome channel that runs alongside regular Chrome. Beta and Dev replace it.

How to uninstall Chrome Beta

To revert to Stable from Beta, you’ll need to uninstall Chrome, then reinstall Stable. Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] how to uninstall Chrome on your device.

For Mac OSX:

Quit Chrome and go to Applications in Finder, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest]. Find Chrome and drag it to the trash.

You should also delete browsing history, bookmarks, and profile information from your computer so that Stable installs without a hitch. To do that, go to File > Find > Go to folder and enter: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome

Select all the files from that folder and drag them to the trash.

To reinstall Chrome, download the installation file here. Open the googlechrome.dmg file and drag Chrome to Applications in the installation window.

For Windows 10:

Quit Chrome and go to Start > Settings. Click Apps > Apps and features, and find and select Google Chrome. Click Uninstall and confirm by clicking Uninstall when prompted.

To delete profile information, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest], browsing history, and bookmarks, check the box marked “Also delete your browsing data.”

To reinstall, download the installation file here. Chrome will open automatically after it’s finished downloading and installing.

For Windows Vista, 7, and 8:

Quit Chrome and go to the Control Panel. This is in the Start menu > Control Panel in Windows Vista and 7. In Windows 8 it’s in Settings > Control Panel. Click Uninstall a Program or Programs and Features, and double-click Google Chrome.

To delete your profile information, bookmarks, and history so that Stable installs without a hitch, check the box marked “Also delete your browsing data.”

To reinstall Chrome, download the installation file here, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest]. If you’re prompted, click Run or Save, and if you clicked Save, double-click the download after it’s completed to start installation.

For Linux:

Open a terminal window. In GNOME, Unity, and Cinnamon, press CTRL+ALT+T. In KDE environments, select Application Menu > System > Console.

If you have a Debian-based system, enter: sudo dpkg -r google-chrome-stable

If you have a non-Debian system, enter: sudo rpm -e google-chrome-stable

Enter your computer’s password when prompted.

To reinstall Chrome, download the installation file here. Click OK to open the package, then click Install package.

For iOS:

Tap and hold the Chrome app on your device, and at the top left of the icon, tap Remove. Tap delete when prompted to delete Chrome and associated browsing information and profile data.

To reinstall Chrome go to Chrome on the App Store. Tap Get, then Install, enter your Apple ID password, and tap OK.

For Android:

Removing Chrome from Android devices isn’t usually an option: the majority come with the browser built-in. What you can do is reset it to an earlier version.

To do that, go to Settings > Applications > Application Manager > Uninstall Updates. OK that when prompted and your Android devices’ version of Chrome will be reset to the version it came with. Then, when you open Chrome, you’ll be prompted to update to the latest stable build.

For Chromebook:

When you revert Chrome to Stable on a Chromebook, you have to wipe the machine, since Chrome is the OS as well as Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] browser.

Sign in to your Chromebook with the owner account and click the time in the bottom right corner of the screen. Then click Settings > About Chrome OS > Detailed Build Information > Channel.

Select Change Channel, and click Change Channel and Powerwash. After the update installs, click Relaunch and Powerwash. Your Chromebook will powerwash, erasing all locally stored data.

Should you avoid installing Chrome Beta?

If you are a developer or engineer, Chrome Beta offers a huge advantage, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest]. If you aren’t a development, IT, or software professional, there’s no real reason to use it.

Most users simply don’t need the advanced features faster than the public release. You get all the extra bugs but without any upside.

The only other reason to use Beta is if you just like to use the latest, most advanced tools. In which case, have at it.

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NuGet package - Selenium WebDriver ChromeDriver

NuGet PackageNuGet PackageNuGet Package

What's this?

This NuGet package installs Chrome Driver (Win32, macOS, and Linux64) for Selenium WebDriver into your Unit Test Project.

"chromedriver(.exe)" does not appear in Solution Explorer, but it is copied to the output folder from the package source folder when the build process.

NuGet package restoring ready, and no need to commit "chromedriver(.exe)" binary into source code control repository.

How to install?

For example, at the package manager console on Visual Studio, enter the following command.

If Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] are using Chrome version 89:

If you are using Chrome version 88:

If you are using Chrome version 87:

To learn what version of ChromeDriver you need to use, please see also the following page:

https://chromedriver.chromium.org/downloads/version-selection

Cross-platform building and publishing

By default - it depends on the OS running the build process

By default, the platform type of the web driver file copied to the output folder depends on the OS running the build process.

  • When you build the project which references the NuGet package of chromedriver on Windows OS, win32 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.
  • When you build it on macOS, macOS x64 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.
  • When you build it on any Linux distributions, Linux x64 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.

Method 1 - Specify "Runtime Identifier"

When you specify the "Runtime Identifier (RID)" explicitly, the platform type of the driver file is the same to the RID which you specified. (it doesn't depends on the which OS to use for build process.)

You can specify RID as a MSBuild property in a project file,

or, as a command-line option for dotnet build command.

  • When the RID that starts with "win" is specified, win32 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.
  • When the RID that starts with "osx" is specified, macOS x64 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.
  • When the RID that starts with "linux" is specified, Linux x64 version of chromedriver will be copied to the output folder.

If you specify another pattern of RID like "ubuntu.18.04-x64", Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest], the platform type of the web driver file which will be copied to the output folder depends on the OS running the build process. (default behavior.)

Method 2 - Specify "WebDriverPlatform" msbuild property

You can control which platform version of chromedriver will be copied by specifying "WebDriverPlatform" MSBuild property.

"WebDriverPlatform" MSBuild property can take one of the following values:

  • "win32"
  • "mac64"
  • "linux64"

You can specify "WebDriverPlatform" MSBuild property in a project file,

or, command-line option for dotnet build command.

The specifying "WebDriverPlatform" MSBuild property is the highest priority method to control which platform version of the chromedriver will be copied.

If you run the following command on Windows OS,

The driver file of macOS x64 version will be copied to the output folder.

How to include the driver file into published files?

"chromedriver(.exe)" isn't included in published files on default configuration. This behavior is by design.

If you want to include "chromedriver(.exe)" into published files, please define compilation Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jsakamoto/nupkg-selenium-webdriver-chromedriver/master/.asset/define_PUBLISH_CHROMEDRIVER_compilation_symbol.png" alt="define _PUBLISH_CHROMEDRIVER compilation symbol">

Another way, you can define property with value is "true" in MSBuild file (.csproj. vbproj, etc.) to publish the driver file instead of define compilation symbol.

You can also define property from the command line option for command.

Note

MSBuild property always override the condition of define compilation symbol or not. If you define MSBuild property with false, then the driver file isn't included in publish files whenever define compilation symbol or not.

Appendix

The numbering of the package version

The rule of the version number of this package is:

+

For example, 2nd package release for the chromedriver ver.1.2.3.4, the package version is + → .

Sometime multiple packages for the same chromedriver version may be released by following example reasons.

  • Packaging miss. (the package included invalid version of the driver files)
  • Fixing bug of the build script, or improving the build script.

Where is chromedriver.exe saved to?

chromedriver(.exe) exists at
" {solution folder} /packages/Selenium.WebDriver.ChromeDriver. {ver} /driver/ {platform}"
folder.

And package installer configure MSBuild task such as .csproj to copy chromedriver(.exe) into the Sketch 60 keygen Archives folder during the build process.

License

The build script (.targets file) in this NuGet package is licensed under The Unlicense.

The binary files of ChromeDriver are licensed under the BSD-3-Clause.

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Downloads

Please note that we have migrated to a new ChromeDriver site.
Current site will be deprecated soon.

Current Releases

If you are using Chrome from Dev or Canary channel, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] following instructions on the ChromeDriver Canary page.
For more information on selecting the right version of ChromeDriver, please see the Version Selection page.
Supports Chrome version 91
  • Resolved issue 3744: SendKeys() and Click() silently fail after link navigation
  • Resolved issue 3746: attribute endpoint incorrectly updates values
Supports Chrome version 90
  • Resolved issue 3708: GetElementLocation's inView fails for elements in shadow DOM
  • Resolved issue 3721: Collect performance log for service worker when enabled
  • Resolved issue 3731: AdbImpl::GetPidByName does not work correctly on non-standard Android OS's like on OnePlus
  • Resolved issue 3733: Catastrophic failure with domain on localhost
  • Resolved issue 3734: Driver should Error Attempting to set Cookie on Wrong Domain
  • Resolved issue 3743: Refactor call function and fix remove element issue
Supports Chrome version 89
  • Resolved issue 3667: Timed out receiving a message from renderer
  • Resolved issue 3675: GetElementLocation uses inView method which mishandles boolean as array
  • Resolved issue 3682: GetElementRegion returns incorrect size for elements which are partially out of viewport
  • Resolved issue 3690: ChromeDriver fails if extensions use chrome.windows API
Supports Chrome version 88
  • Resolved issue 3641: Page not getting loaded/rendered when browser window is not in focus with Chrome Beta v87 and chromedriver v(87/86)
Supports Chrome version 88
  • Resolved issue 3611: getText() output in protractor different from Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] issue 3625: Improve element screenshot compatibility
  • Resolved issue 3628: Stale Element Reference and wrong URL reported back with URL having another URL as part of its path
  • Resolved issue 3631: Add support for the `webauthn:extension:largeBlob` capability
  • Resolved issue 3635: Chromedriver 86 - chromedriver .quit() doesn't seem to pass unload event properly
  • Resolved issue 3649: Copying selected text to clipboard does not work on Windows 10 when using headless mode
Supports Chrome version 87
  • Resolved issue 3641: Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] not getting loaded/rendered when browser window is not in focus with Chrome Beta v87 and chromedriver v(87/86)
  • Resolved issue 3657: Screenshot background browser timed out
Supports Chrome version 87
  • Resolved issue 2421: Delete old port-forwarding channels on android adb-server
  • Resolved issue 3474: Emulated mobile device list needs updating
  • Resolved issue 3507: Implement "get computed role"
  • Resolved issue 3508: Implement "get computed label"
  • Resolved Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] 3584: Rename ChromeDriver command line option --whitelisted-ips
  • Resolved issue 3588: Bidi WebSocket connection
  • Resolved issue 3594: Navigation completes prematurely Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] OOPIF loads before main page
  • Resolved issue 3598: A command line option for devtools port to be forwarded to webview_devtools_remote socket
  • Resolved issue 3608: Chromedriver debuggerAddress does not support ipv6
  • Resolved issue 3370: Shut down Chrome gracefully or cookie will not be correctly saved to SQLite persistence file
  • Resolved issue 3401: Get Element Location JS does not locate the visible center of the element
  • Resolved issue 3462: For sendKeys, CMD key don't work for MAC
  • Resolved issue 3541: Improve log between Client and ChromeDriver
  • Resolved issue 3559: Output Chrome version when ChromeDriver reports incompatible

Supports Chrome version 85
  • Resolved issue 3578: Chrome 85 no longer allows graceful interaction with windows when an alert dialog is open

Supports Chrome version 85
  • Resolved issue 3577: ChromeDriver 85 does not detect changed Chrome directory (C:\Program Files)

Supports Chrome version 85
  • Resolved issue 3214: ChromeDriver78: Sendkeys resets text selection with contenteditable
  • Resolved issue 3376: Remove LaunchApp command from ChromeDriver
  • Resolved issue 3432: Sometimes NavigationTracker fails to detect when the page has finished loading
  • Resolved issue 3481: New Print endpoint according to w3c spec
  • Resolved issue 3488: driver.get doesn't throw error when proxy is wrong configured
  • Resolved issue 3502: Use document.hasFocus() to check if element is focused
  • Resolved issue 3515: selenium.common.exceptions.WebDriverException: Message: unknown error: bad inspector message

ChromeDriver 84.0.4147.30

Supports Chrome version 84
  • Resolved issue 3420: after switching to the print window, the chromedriver stops responding
  • Resolved issue 3421: Driver returns Cyrillic text without styles
  • Resolved issue 3422: GetElementText breaks with prototype 1.6.0.3
  • Resolved issue 3434: Cannot get 'assert' messages from the 'browser' logs

ChromeDriver 83.0.4103.39

Supports Chrome version 83
  • Updated Chromedriver to work correctly with prototype.js.

ChromeDriver 83.0.4103.14

Supports Chrome version 83
  • Resolved issue 1778: Deprecate launchApp from ChromeDriver
  • Resolved issue 2520: InitSession can wait forever when Chrome is unresponsive
  • Resolved issue 3120: Headless mode download from new tab
  • Resolved issue 3234: Confirm semicolon found before substring
  • Resolved issue 3240: ExecuteGetElementRect does not check returned status from GET_SIZE
  • Resolved issue 3331: The get_cookies() method is returning 'expiry' keys of type double, but should be int64 in w3c mode
  • Resolved issue 3332: Retry timeout logged as severe
  • Resolved issue 3339: Chromedriver exited unexpectedly with code null, signal SIGTRAP
  • Resolved issue 3351: Improve Security Considerations message
  • Resolved issue 3352: Support SendKeys for color elements
  • Resolved issue 3353: Wait for Pending Navigation continues after frame context destroyed
  • Resolved issue 3375: Chromedriver v80 hangs on getPageSource on some sites
  • Resolved issue 3383: ChromeDriver 80+ on Windows seems to exit or stall on certain element or click commands
  • Resolved issue 3399: Remove wasThrown check

ChromeDriver 81.0.4044.138

Supports Chrome version 81
  • Updated Chromedriver to work correctly with prototype.js.

ChromeDriver 81.0.4044.69

Supports Chrome version 81
  • Fixed: Chromedriver crashes on getPageSource on some sites.
  • Fixed: ChromeDriver crashes on certain element or click commands.

ChromeDriver 81.0.4044.20

Supports Chrome version 81
  • Fixed error when attempting to get location of html element.
  • Get and Add Cookie commands are now frame specific.
  • Resolved some issues that occur with sites that redefine standard Javascript objects.
  • ChromeDriver will continue to wait for loading to complete after receiving a Target Closed message.
  • Chromedriver now returns spec compliant error code for timeouts 
  • Fixed: ChromeDriver Unexpected Slow response time on NewSession Command.
  • User-defined timeouts of over 10 minutes are now supported.
  • Fixed: ChromeDriver unable to connect to DevTools due to IPv4 vs IPv6 mismatch.
  • Restored search order for Chrome binary on Linux.
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 80.0.3987.16

Supports Chrome version 80
  • Fixed Load page was aborted when using a proxy, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest].
  • Chromedriver now waits Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] Current frame to load.
  • ChromeDriver log will include the port used by the driver. 
  • Enabled SetGeoLocation for w3c mode, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest].
  • Added missing Alert text for UnexpectedAlertOpen status. 
  • Improved message when CRX2 Extension is loaded.
  • Fixed a potential race condition in ExecuteGetPageSource. 
  • ChromeDriver will add --ignore-certificate-errors flag when acceptInsecureCerts capability is true
  • Updated the error message and return status for no such execution context 
  • Fixed: ChromeDriver may block indefinitely while waiting for pending navigation.
  • Added SameSite attribute to AddCookie and GetCookie.
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 79.0.3945.36

Supports Chrome version 79
Includes the following change over version 79.0.3945.16:
  • Fixed incorrect calculation of element coordinates
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 79.0.3945.16

Supports Chrome version 79
  • Fixed ChromeDriver crash caused by javascript alert fired during command execution
  • Fixed a bug causing Chromedriver to lock when an alert is fired while taking a screenshot
  • Removed --ignore-certificate-errors from Chrome launch command
  • Changed platform and platformName to windows on Win10
  • Fixed undefined window.navigator.webdriver when "enable-automation" is excluded 
  • Fixed WPT test "test_not_editable_inputs[hidden]"
  • Fixed "Element is not clickable" when using headless mode
For more details, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest], please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 78.0.3904.105

Supports Chrome version 78
Includes the following change over version 78.0.3904.70:
  • Fixed incorrect calculation of element coordinates
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 78.0.3904.70

Supports Chrome version 78
Includes the following change over version 78.0.3904.11:
  • Reverted the change to adjust screeshot size on retina display, due to multiple issues reported
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 78.0.3904.11

Supports Chrome version 78
  • Fixed several issues in JavaScript object serialization
  • Fixed a bug in capability matching for Chrome on Android
  • Implemented permissions automation
  • Fixed screenshot size on retina display
  • Fixed page load timeout in some scenarios
  • Improved platformName capability matching
  • Fixed error code returned while moving pointer to drop-down list options
  • Fixed an issue affecting download in headless mode
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 77.0.3865.40

Supports Chrome version 77

Includes the following changes Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] version 77.0.3865.10:
  • Fixed two bugs in serializing and deserializing JavaScript objects
  • Fixed handling of platformName: android while matching capabilities
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 77.0.3865.10

Supports Chrome version 77
  • Fixed several issues in the implementation of Actions API
  • Improved JavaScript code execution and result handling
  • Fixed a bug that incorrectly rejected POST requests with empty body in OSS mode
  • A more robust navigation tracker
  • Support eager page load strategy
  • Added New Window command from W3C WebDriver spec
  • Support to save file downloads in headless mode
  • Added support for loading CRX3 extensions
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 76.0.3809.126

Supports Chrome version 76
Includes the following changes over version 76.0.3809.68:
  • Fixed two bugs in serializing and deserializing JavaScript objects
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 76.0.3809.68

Supports Chrome version 76
Includes the following changes over version 76.0.3809.25:
  • Fixed a bug in detecting circular reference in JavaScript objects
  • Fixed a bug that causes ChromeDriver to crash when certain types of JavaScript errors occur
  • Fixed a bug that prevents actions API to interact with elements inside shadow DOMs
  • Fixed a bug in keeping track of modifier key state between actions API commands
  • Fixed a bug in keeping track of pointer locations between actions API commands
  • Save "Cannot call non W3C standard command while in W3C mode" error to log file when it occurs
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 76.0.3809.25

Supports Chrome version 76
Includes the following changes over version 76.0.3809.12:
  • Fixed a bug that incorrectly rejected POST requests with empty body in OSS mode
  • Added new endpoints for retrieving Chrome log
  • Added endpoint for Is Displayed command in W3C mode
For more details, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest], please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 76.0.3809.12

Supports Chrome version 76
  • Finished implementation of Actions API
  • Improved spec compliance of script timeout handling
  • Improved serialization of results from Execute Script command
  • Fixed issues in scrolling element into view
  • Added handling of Cancel key defined in WebDriver spec
  • Fixed processing of unhandled alert error response
  • Fixed processing of <details> element
  • Updated excludeSwitches option to allow optional leading dashes in switch names
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 75.0.3770.140

Supports Chrome version 75
Includes the following changes over version 75.0.3770.90:
  • Fixed a bug that caused ChromeDriver to crash when some types of JavaScript error occurs
  • Fixed a bug in preserving modifier key state between actions
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 75.0.3770.90

Supports Chrome version 75
Includes the following changes over version 75.0.3770.8:
  • Fixed a bug that incorrectly rejected POST requests with empty body in OSS mode
  • Added new endpoints for retrieving Chrome log
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 75.0.3770.8

Supports Chrome version 75
The most noticeable change is ChromeDriver now runs in W3C standard compliant mode by default. Other changes include:
  • Fixed a bug that caused blur event to be raised twice during element clear
  • Renamed capability loggingPrefs to goog:loggingPrefs, as required by W3C standard
  • Fixed error handling in W3C mode
  • Correct handling of creating cookies without leading dot in the domain name
  • Allows null for script timeout
  • Fixed Element Send Keys command to file input with 'multiple' attribute
  • Fixed Get Active Element command to return "no such element" error when no active element exists
  • Fixed navigation to malformed URL to return "invalid argument" error
  • Fixed HTTP status code when invalid session id is received
  • Fixed error response when input parameter is missing or malformed
  • Fixed Execute Script command to handle line-oriented JavaScript comment
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 74.0.3729.6

Supports Chrome version 74
  • Fixed a bug that generated unexpected debug.log file on Windows
  • Fixed mouse clicking and drag / drop inside SVG document
  • Added cache-control header in responses from ChromeDriver
  • Fixed the type of error when click is intercepted by a different element
  • Fixed a bug that caused ChromeDriver to fail on Linux devices without /dev/shm
  • Fixed some types of double click events
  • Fixed Get Sessions command
  • Fixed error checking in Switch To Frame command
  • Fixed Get Page Source command
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 73.0.3683.68

Supports Chrome version 73
  • Fixed a bug that generated unexpected debug.log file on Windows
  • Fixed error code returned from Execute Script command in some scenarios
  • Added cache-control header in responses from ChromeDriver
  • Made the HTTP server keep connection alive by default
  • Fixed Close Window command to correctly handle user prompts
  • Fixed error code returned while sending keys to disabled element
  • Improved spec compliance of timeout value handling
  • Improved spec compliance of Add Cookie command
  • Increased HTTP server listening queue length
  • Fixed Is Element Displayed command in v0 shadow DOM
  • Added warning about Element Clear command behavior change in log file
  • Fixed Execute Script command to correctly convert document.all into JSON format
  • Improved handling of bad element reference
For more details, please see the release notes.

ChromeDriver 2.46

  • Fixed error code returned from Execute Script command in some scenarios
  • Made the HTTP server keep connection alive by default
  • Fixed Close Window command to correctly handle user prompts
  • Fixed error code returned while sending keys to disabled element
  • Improved spec compliance of timeout value handling
  • Improved spec compliance of Add Cookie command
  • Improved spec compliance of Switch to Frame command
  • Increased HTTP server listening queue length
  • Fixed Is Element Displayed command in v0 shadow DOM
  • Fixed Element Double Click command
  • Added warning about Element Clear command behavior change in log file
  • Fixed Execute Script command to correctly convert document.all into JSON format
  • Improved handling of bad element reference
  • Fixed New Session is not spec compliant
  • Fixed ChromeDriver shouldn't launch Chrome if Chrome and ChromeDriver versions are incompatible
  • Fixed Find Element command returns wrong error code when an invalid locator is used
  • Fixed Some ChromeDriver status codes are wrong
  • Fixed Compile error in JS inside of WebViewImpl::DispatchTouchEventsForMouseEvents
  • Fixed Window size commands should handle user prompts
  • Fixed ChromeDriver doesn't start Chrome correctly with Chrome option "user-data-dir="
  • Fixed Status command is not spec compliant
  • Fixed Add support for strictFileInteractability
  • Fixed WindowMaximize on Mac
  • Fixed Incorrect 'alert open error' for window handle call
  • Fixed Element Send Keys should get "text" property in W3C mode
  • Fixed XML special case of Is Element Enabled is not handled as per spec
  • Fixed XML special case of Get Element CSS Value is not handled as per spec
  • Fixed Set Window Rect needs to check for invalid input
  • Fixed Support new unhandledPromptBehavior modes
  • Fixed Parsing of proxy configuration is not standard compliant
  • Fixed Launch app command is flaky
  • Fixed Screenshot of element inside iFrame is taken incorrectly
  • Added ChromeDriver supports window resizing over a remote connection
  • Fixed Error codes are not handled in Clear element
  • Fixed Not waiting until element is visible
  • Fixed Get element property is not implemented
  • Fixed Switch to Frame is not spec compliant
  • Fixed Execute Async Script does not return spec compliant error codes
  • Fixed Execute Script does not return spec compliant error codes
  • Fixed Error code in ExecuteGet is not conformant with spec
  • Fixed Send Alert Text is not returning spec compliant error codes
  • Fixed clear() on an input type="date" pretends element is not user-editable
  • Fixed Chromedriver gets window handle for the tab which is opened manually
  • Fixed Allow append or start a new log file for chromedriver
  • Fixed New Session does not invoke w3c mode if flag is in firstMatch
  • Fixed ClickEelement in Mobile Emulation
  • Fixed whitelisted IPs with IPv4
  • Fixed starting ChromeDriver with whitelisted-ips flag on Mac OS
  • Fixed SetTimeout to accept both pre-W3C and W3C formats
  • Fixed take element screenshot
  • Fixed ChromeDriver is looking for Chrome binaries in a system PATH as well
  • Fixed Maximize window and Full Screen
  • Implemented log-replay functionality. ( Does not work for Android and Remote Browser yet )
  • Fixed some error codes were not compliant to W3C standard
  • Fixed console.log with multiple arguments Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest] handled properly
  • Fixed GetElementRect should allow doubles
  • Fixed touch emulation
  • Fixed issue when 
    ChromeDriver runs with "whitelisted-ips" option
  • Remote Debugging Port is returned in capabilities
  • Implemented getting window size on Android
  • Desktop Chrome launch error messages are improved
  • ChromeDriver fails fast when unable to start Chrome binaries
  • Close Window return value conforms with spec
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@FredCni
Well, the problem as I understand it is thatwith the default configuration, simply installs the latest ChromeDriver version referenced here. It works fine when Chrome is up to date on the computer & the latest ChromeDriver version matches this version of Chrome, which should be true in most cases, but sometimes it fails, like when Google does not release the latest Chrome version simultaneously on all platforms.

If you want the bug to be fixed, you need to improve the default ChromeDriver version selection mechanism. What I proposed above (use the installed Chrome's version and use the ChromeDriver's API to detect the version to download) is just a way to make it fully automated, without the need to maintain a platform-to-ChromeDriver version mapping table on the or 's side.

@TylerNielsen
does not install Chrome, it installs ChromeDriver, whose version has to match the installed version of Chrome. When no specific version is specified in the update command, it just installs the latest version available from the following API endpoint.

What I suggest is that adds an option to install the driver version matching the installed Chrome version instead of just installing the latest or an explicit one. Then, protactor, which uses to manage the ChromeDriver installation, Google Chrome 89.0.4389.23 Beta Free Download [Latest], could simply have a configuration setting allowing us to use this behavior instead of the "use the latest version" or "use this specific version" ones.

Note that this mechanism could be built in instead of to keep the tool simpler, but if the tool is used by other frameworks, it could prove useful for them too.

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