Adjusting how Axiom runs

# Running axiom headless (invisible)

First, load your axiom's settings by clicking the 'gear' icon:

A pane opens on the right. Click on the eye icon, labelled 'Headless'.

# Running axiom with your own chrome

By default, axiom uses its own bundled version of Chromium.

It may be helpful to use your own, pre-installed version of Chrome. This may also solve any problems with sessions syncing. Please note this feature is only available when using the Axiom desktop application.

First, load your axiom's settings by clicking the 'gear' icon:

Click on the other gear icon labelled 'load chrome extension'.

Here, you'll be able to specify the path to your chrome executable. This can be found by visiting chrome://version in a new browser tab.

# Running axiom with other chrome extensions

You can use axiom with other chrome extensions. Please note this feature is only available when using the Axiom desktop application.

First, load your axiom's settings by clicking the 'gear' icon:

Click on the other gear icon labelled 'load chrome extension'.

Here, you'll be able to specify the path to your chrome extension. Detailed instructions for obtaining this are provided next to the form input.

Not all extensions will work with Axiom. Generally, those which modify the pages of a website will work fine, whereas those which offer separate functionality will not.