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Start Chrome With Flags (Mac)

When using the Sinch JavaScript SDK locally in Chrome, it is necessary to start Chrome with the flag. Learn how to do it with our simple step-by-step guide.

When using the Sinch JavaScript SDK locally in Chrome, it is necessary to start Chrome with the flag --allow-file-access-from-files.

  1. Find the path to Chrome on your computer by opening chrome://version. Look for Executable Path. Copy that path.
  2. Quit Chrome! Don’t just close your open tabs, but actually quit!
  3. From your terminal, run $ YOUR_EXECUTABLE_PATH --allow-file-access-from-files
  4. Chrome should launch now. Navigate back to chrome://version to see that the flag has been added properly
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  5. To quit, press Ctrl-C in the terminal tab that is running Chrome.

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Start Chrome With Flags (Mac)


When using the Sinch JavaScript SDK locally in Chrome, it is necessary to start Chrome with the flag. Learn how to do it with our simple step-by-step guide.

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