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    HeideltrautEUW commented  · 

    Barry recommended https://obsproject.com/tools/browser-drag-and-drop for my use-case which absolutely fine and allows resolution data to be part of the URL to automatically apply them to the OBS scene / browsersource (including layer name)

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    HeideltrautEUW commented  · 

    Yes, unfortunately the "execCommand()" is now deprecated and the clipboard API is recommended but not allowed

    https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/extensions/#restrictions-on-browser-apis

    E.g. it would be benefical for panel extensions to allow "clipboard-write" to allow users to copy something on a button click.

    Current error log:
    "[Violation] Permissions policy violation: The Clipboard API has been blocked because of a permissions policy applied to the current document. See <URL> for more details."

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