Use this action when you want to open a browser

Open Browser

Description of the parameters:

number 1Browser: You can select the browser you want from one of the following options

vUserBrowser / Internet Explorer / Firefox 32bits – X86 / Firefox 64Bits – X64 / Chrome

number 2Id Of This Browser Window: When you want to use multiple browsers, you can use this option to set an Id for each of them, and then you can refer to each specific browser using the appropriate Id.

number 3Window State: The state of the browser window. This can be one of the following:

  • Normal: if you select this option, once opened, the browser will stay at its normal size.
  • Maximize: once opened, the browser will immediately maximize
  • Minimize: one opened, the browser will immediately minimize.

number 4Page Load timeout: The time to wait for the site to open. If the site is not opened at the specified time, an error will be shown. The time is based on milli seconds.

number 5Browser <EXE> File: If the browser is based on the “gecko” or “Selenium” driver, you can use this option to select it. You can use the % sign to insert the variable that you want in this field. Also, you can use the Browse button and look for the file.

number 6Firefox / Chrome <Driver> File: When the driver of browser is not placed in its default location, insert the path of the driver here. You can use the % sign to insert the variable that you want in this field. Also, you can use the Browse button and look for the file.

number 7Firefox <Extensions to install> folder: The extensions that you want to add to Firefox are placed in a folder, and here, you specify the path of that folder. You can use the % sign to insert the variable that you want in this field. Also, you can use the Browse button and look for the file.

number 8Chrome <USER-DATA> folder: Each browser has a cache memory, and uses it to save information like usernames and passwords. Since the Virtual User Software opens the browsers without cache, if you’re using the Chrome Browser, you can place the cache folder here, so that when you use this browser to open the website, you can access your cached information. You can click on Browse to select the folder.

number 9Firefox / Chrome <PROFILE> folder: Each browser has a cache memory, and uses it to save information like usernames and passwords. Since the Virtual User Software opens the browsers without cache, if you’re using Chrome or Firefox Browsers, you can place the cache folder here, so that when you use them browser to open the website, you can access your cached information. You can click on Browse to select the folder.

number 10Address: If you’re using proxy servers, you can insert their address here. You can use the % sign to select the variable that you want.

number 11Port: If you’re using proxy servers, you can insert the port here. You can use the % sign to select the variable that you want.

number 12 Usename: If you’re using proxy servers, you can insert the username here. You can use the % sign to select the variable that you want.

number 13 Password: If you’re using proxy servers, you can insert the password here. You can use the % sign to select the variable that you want.



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