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Version: 21.6.0

LaunchOptions interface

Generic launch options that can be passed when launching any browser.


export interface LaunchOptions


channeloptionalChromeReleaseChannelChrome Release Channel
dumpiooptionalbooleanIf true, pipes the browser process stdout and stderr to process.stdout and process.stderr.false
envoptionalRecord<string, string | undefined>Specify environment variables that will be visible to the browser.The contents of process.env.
executablePathoptionalstringPath to a browser executable to use instead of the bundled Chromium. Note that Puppeteer is only guaranteed to work with the bundled Chromium, so use this setting at your own risk.
extraPrefsFirefoxoptionalRecord<string, unknown>Additional preferences that can be passed when launching with Firefox.
handleSIGHUPoptionalbooleanClose the browser process on SIGHUP.true
handleSIGINToptionalbooleanClose the browser process on Ctrl+C.true
handleSIGTERMoptionalbooleanClose the browser process on SIGTERM.true
ignoreDefaultArgsoptionalboolean | string[]If true, do not use puppeteer.defaultArgs() when creating a browser. If an array is provided, these args will be filtered out. Use this with care - you probably want the default arguments Puppeteer uses.false
pipeoptionalbooleanConnect to a browser over a pipe instead of a WebSocket.false
productoptionalProductWhich browser to
timeoutoptionalnumberMaximum time in milliseconds to wait for the browser to start. Pass 0 to disable the timeout.30_000 (30 seconds).
waitForInitialPageoptionalbooleanWhether to wait for the initial page to be ready. Useful when a user explicitly disables that (e.g. --no-startup-window for Chrome).true