Posted on August 20, 2019
The new version of DotNetBrowser introduces a number of requested features, and fixes making the library work even smoother:
CertificateVerifyParams.IntermediateCertificates property allows getting the intermediate certificate list retrieved from the server that can be used to reconstruct and verify the complete certificate chain.
Disable form autofill functionality
BrowserContext.AutoFillEnabled property allows enabling or disabling auto-fill functionality.
--hide-scrollbars switcher allows hiding scroll bars on the web pages. It might come handy when taking an image of a webpage.
The Chromium binaries verification process now respects the modification date.
- The pop-up window does not respect the passed size and location.
- The NullReferenceException in
ZoomServicefor the second and subsequent
BrowserContextinstances during application runtime.
- The issue with finding the full path to the DotNetBrowser.ChromiumX.dll files.
WinFormsBrowserViewcomponent in the heavyweight rendering mode is disposed even if it is removed from the child list of the form and the form is closed.
- The usage of the back and forward mouse buttons in
WPFBrowserView(heavyweight rendering mode) leads to the System.InvalidCastException exception.
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