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Posted on March 4, 2012 by Grant Skinner
I’m blogging this mainly for my own benefit, so I can look it up easily whenever I need to:
If you’d like to disable security errors generated from accessing local content in Chrome (ex. reading pixels from a local image), just launch it with the “–disable-web-security” param. So on OSX, you’d type this into Terminal:
open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app –args -disable-web-security
It lasts until you close Chrome. Handy for testing EaselJS content on your local file system.
Update: I’ve posted a .command file that you can double click in the Finder to run this more easily here.
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