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path is the path where to create the socket.
host are the host/port where to listen.
executable_path specifies the path to the Chromium binary for Puppeteer to use. Leaving this setting blank will use the x86_64 Chromium installation bundled with Puppeteer. For other architectures, it is necessary to install a compatible version of Chromium (ideally via your distribution's package manager), and to set
executable_path to the path of its binary (typically
profile_dir specifies which directory to put Chromium user data directories.
extension_dir specifies which directory contains the files for the LINE extension, which you must download yourself.
cycle_delay specifies the period (in milliseconds) at which Puppeteer should view chats to check on their read receipts. Only chats with messages that haven't been fully read need to be checked.
true to allow the Node process to manipulate the mouse cursor of the X server it runs in. Requires the
xdotool utility to be installed. Highly recommended, especially when running in a background X server. Its default value is
false so that running in a non-background X server won't interfere with a real mouse cursor.
jiggle_delay specifies the period (in milliseconds) for "jiggling" the mouse cursor (necessary to keep the LINE extension active). Only relevant when
true to launch Chromium with DevTools enabled by default.