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Sorry if this has been asked and answered. I did a search but came up empty.

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Two options (this is for the coypu(An intuitive, robust browser automation for .Net.) c# wrapper):

 

  1. Use the Selenium Driver's window positioning commands:

var monitor = Screen.FromPoint(new Point(Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Right + 1, Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Top));

var seleniumDriver = new ChromeDriver(options);

seleniumDriver.Manage().Window.Position = new Point(monitor.Bounds.X, monitor.Bounds.Y);

var coypuDriver = new MultimonWebDriver(seleniumDriver, Browser.Chrome);

var rv = new BrowserSession(sessionConfiguration, coypuDriver);

2. Configure the Driver with a command line argument. I prefer this because solution #1 causes a flicker from the driver's server showing the window before processing the move command:

var monitor = Screen.FromPoint(new Point(Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Right + 1, Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Top));

var options = new ChromeOptions();

options.AddArgument(String.Format("--window-position={0},{1}", monitor.Bounds.X, monitor.Bounds.Y));

var seleniumDriver = new ChromeDriver(options);

var coypuDriver = new MultimonWebDriver(seleniumDriver, Browser.Chrome);

var rv = new BrowserSession(sessionConfiguration, coypuDriver);

where MultimonWebDriver is simply exposing access to the protected constructor:

public class MultimonWebDriver : SeleniumWebDriver

{

  public MultimonWebDriver(IWebDriver webDriver, Browser browser) : base(webDriver, browser)

  {

.......

  }

}

Hope this helps!

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