The exception to the no-referrers in Chrome?
At Chromium there is a key: --no-referrers — that he forgot about the referrer.
Is there a way to make any website an exception, i.e. to give him the referrer?
1. To make a separate shortcut for Chrome without this key. Does not help, because this opens a separate window of the old process, and in this window referrer-s also will not be.
2. Incognito. Write that in Incognito setting is ignored. Blatantly lying.
3. To use plugins. I will not go, because I'm interested in no-referrer in pictures and other resources, not in links: plugins can't.
4. To install a separate instance of Chrome. A working version, but the most unwanted: don't want twice to configure and update.
So how can it be done in the mind?
asked October 8th 19 at 02:59
The answer suggested, thanks.
You can make a separate profile in Chrome, which will run without a no-referrers. For this we need to create a shortcut Chrome and as a team to write something like this:
C:\Users\Ri\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe --user-data-dir="C:\Users\Ri\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Secondary"
Running this shortcut, Chrome will work completely separately from the main instance of the program. Key no-referrers in the main profile will not affect the second profile.
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