How to open a browser with fixed coordinates

With the Ranorex test tool, I want to open one of the established browsers in "normal" window state with a predefined fixed size. I know that it is possible to open a browser maximized state. From C#, it is also possible to open a window beside this in minimized or normal state, although I am first interested in the recording modules.

What I need is to open i.e. the Google Chrome browser with 400×600 pixels exactly. We need such tests, as the software appearance differs from one resolution to another (app appearance, Web appearance, etc.).

Thank you for your help!
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Ahmet Ekrem SABANSenior IT consultantAsked:
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Garfield SamuelsProject ManagerCommented:
static void OpenChrome()
    {
        ProcessStartInfo startInfo = new ProcessStartInfo();
        startInfo.FileName = "chrome.exe";
        startInfo.Arguments = "--window-size=400,600 " ;
        Process.Start(startInfo);
    }


Alternatively you could pass the Arguments string as a parameter.  You also need to ensure that "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application" is in your path settings or include it in the file name.

Hope this helps.
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Dustin SaundersDirector of OperationsCommented:
Are you testing your web app with location based clicks?

Why not use elementIds?
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