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hello,
where can I find startup command line reference?
All Chrome command lines can be used there.
Multiple command lines are separated by blank space, like this:
--cb-switch1 --cb-switch2="xxx" --cb-switch3="yyy"

For the command line list, you may refer to
https://www.ghacks.net/2013/10/06/list-u...-switches/
Thanks once more for all the details, wOxxOm!
For convenience, I like to use cb_config.ini, it's a great thing with Cent browser
so, in this thread:
https://www.centbrowser.com/forum/showth...p?tid=2629

--cb-disable-extensions-auto-update was suggested,

these parameters don't exist in any of the links above because
they are cent browser's of course,
so, are they somewhere gathered and documented?
(02-05-2019, 02:42 PM)patrickdrd Wrote: [ -> ]so, in this thread:
https://www.centbrowser.com/forum/showth...p?tid=2629

--cb-disable-extensions-auto-update was suggested,

these parameters don't exist in any of the links above because
they are cent browser's of course,
so, are they somewhere gathered and documented?

Some can be found in the changelog

--cb-disable-extensions-auto-update - prevents extension auto update
--cb-do-not-focus-location-bar - set initial focus to web page
--cb-disable-auto-detect-search-provider - prevents collecting search engines
--cb-peer-command ... is used to launch and shutdown an application at the same time as the browser started and exited.
e.g.: I want to launch Putty automatically when the browser started, then I can add startup command line as following:
--cb-peer-command="\"D:\Program Files\putty.exe\" -ssh -2 -D 1080 -pw 123456 [email protected]"
(02-06-2019, 11:11 AM)Lichtenshtein Wrote: [ -> ]Some can be found in the changelog

--cb-disable-extensions-auto-update - prevents extension auto update
--cb-do-not-focus-location-bar - set initial focus to web page
--cb-disable-auto-detect-search-provider - prevents collecting search engines
--cb-peer-command ... is used to launch and shutdown an application at the same time as the browser started and exited.
e.g.: I want to launch Putty automatically when the browser started, then I can add startup command line as following:
--cb-peer-command="\"D:\Program Files\putty.exe\" -ssh -2 -D 1080 -pw 123456 [email protected]"

wow ssh tunnel  Biggrin
(02-06-2019, 11:11 AM)Lichtenshtein Wrote: [ -> ]Some can be found in the changelog

--cb-disable-extensions-auto-update - prevents extension auto update
--cb-do-not-focus-location-bar - set initial focus to web page
--cb-disable-auto-detect-search-provider - prevents collecting search engines
--cb-peer-command ... is used to launch and shutdown an application at the same time as the browser started and exited.
e.g.: I want to launch Putty automatically when the browser started, then I can add startup command line as following:
--cb-peer-command="\"D:\Program Files\putty.exe\" -ssh -2 -D 1080 -pw 123456 [email protected]"

I would like to run a command when the browser exits only (not starts),
is it possible?
Copied from chrome.dll in the app directory:

--cb-auto-exit-timeout-s
--cb-check-update
--cb-disable-answers-in-suggest
--cb-disable-auto-detect-search-provider
--cb-disable-components-auto-update
--cb-disable-extensions-auto-update
--cb-disable-user-statistics
--cb-do-not-focus-location-bar
--cb-ipv6-fallback-timeout-ms
--cb-oem-homepage
--cb-oem-referrer
--cb-peer-command
--cb-reverse-order-for-left-tab-list
--cb-safemode
--cb-safemode-empty-user-data
--cb-testing-update
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