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Default Google Chrome & Python Interaction

Hi all,

First post - coming from an Intro. book on Python @ Safari
Referenced here -
https://learning.oreilly.com/library...637/ch01.html#

I wanted to see if the community could help me with this -

"Script Goal:

Identify programming language and develop automation that allows the user to interact with ~40 instance of Google Chrome at once.

The manual sequence of this action is to:
1. Open each browser.
2. Select the Download Icon/ Print overlay
3. Set a save location and File Name
4. Select the Save button.

This seems a bit like web-scrapping at some level, but I can't tell for sure."


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