chromote - Simple wrapper to drive Google Chrome from Python

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Note: Google Chrome needs starting with the --remote-debugging-port= option to be controlled remotely. The remote debugging port binds to localhost only so using chromote with a remote machine like a dashboard/kiosk setup will require tunneling to the machine first.

https://github.com/iiSeymour/chromote

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