Useful Chrome Flags

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See this page to find out how to specify these flags.

Disable WebGL (both WebGL 1.0 and WebGL 2.0)

Run Chrome with this flag to test that your app response properly to missing WebGL capabilities on the user device.

google-chrome --disable-webgl

Disable WebGL 2.0

Specify this flag to simulate running your app on older devices with missing WebGL 2.0 support.

google-chrome --disable-webgl2

Disable 60 FPS limit

By default, web browsers limit rendering framerate for WebGL apps. Specify the following flags to disable such limit:

google-chrome --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit

Disable GPU hacks

google-chrome --disable-gpu-driver-bug-workarounds

Enable WebGPU on Linux

google-chrome --enable-unsafe-webgpu --enable-features=Vulkan