Launching Playwright Test in Maximized State with WebKit in C#

How can I start the Browser Windows from a PlayWright test (Using C#) in a Maximized state on WebKit?

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Hey Joe,

Certainly! Here’s an enhanced and more detailed answer:

// To start the Browser Window in a Maximized state on WebKit using Playwright in C#, you can utilize the following code snippet:

using Microsoft.Playwright;

class Program
    static void Main()
        // Launch the browser with WebKit as the browser context
        using var playwright = Playwright.Create();
        var browser = playwright.WebKit.Launch();

        // Create a new browser context
        var context = browser.NewContext();

        // Create a new page within the context
        var page = context.NewPage();

        // Navigate to the desired URL

        // Maximize the browser window
        page.RunAndWaitForNavigationAsync(() => page.Window().MaximizeAsync());

        // Your test logic goes here

        // Close the browser when done

This code snippet provides a more comprehensive approach to starting the browser window in a maximized state using Playwright with WebKit in C#. It includes the necessary steps to launch the browser, create a new context and page, navigate to a URL, and maximize the browser window. Make sure to replace “” with the actual URL you want to test.

Additionally, if you encounter any issues or need further assistance, you can refer to the following article for additional insights and solutions: Maximize Browser Window in Playwright.

Thanks for reaching out! If you have any more questions, we’re here to answer them.