Document websites within chrome
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Required to access to the url and title properties of your tabs during recording. The chrome.tabsTab to get tab information when use chrome.tabs methods
Allows temporary access to the currently active tab when the user invokes the extension. We require this to record the current tab when starting a recording.
Grants the extension access to all hosts. This permission is required for Opus to seamlessly record any chrome tab that a user may switch to as part of recording their application workflow, including applications with embedded iframes that have a different origin than the host site.
Allows Opus to temporarily store information about your recording such as the elements clicked on and the images captured for each action.
This provides storage for HTML data captured during recording to accurately detect what control a user interacted with and to better identify web page uniqueness within an application workflow.
This allows for timed actions within the extension for uploading recording data, logs, and checking for pending recordings.
This permission is required to capture an image of your screen in situations where the normal tabCapture method cannot return an accurate image such as in the case of native browser dialogs.
Required to notify users when they have recording pending and as steps are captured during a recording session.
When debug logging is enabled from the extension settings, we use this permission to gather system memory information for Epilogue Support.
When debug logging is enabled from the extension settings, we use this permission to gather system cpu information for Epilogue Support.
When debug logging is enabled from the extension settings, we use this permission to gather information about your display for Epilogue Support.