No, unfortunately. I clicked “install” and got the “app”. I searched for this topic afterwards. But I didn’t think about making a screenshot at that time. I will uninstall the app and see if I get asked again. I will publish a screenshot in this case.
EDIT: Or maybe I got confused and what I saw was the “banner” talked about in this other thread ?
What I know for sure is that I have been asked to install the “PWA”.
I’m not sure anymore how, exactly
Is there a way to complete disable the PWA support for a forum?
I think it is going to confuse more of our users than will find it useful. (We’re a tech support forum, so people visit when they need help and most won’t want a dedicated app icon; especially not one which opens a cut-down, less functional browser UI. I don’t really understand PWAs at all to be honest.)
Sorry, hadn’t noticed that! (Although a way to disable PWAs for desktops would be something I’d also use, if there was one. I don’t even want my forum to suggest it via the Desktop Chrome address bar, as I feel PWAs are an anti-feature.)
To people who find PWAs to be pointless, the constant reminder is obnoxious. I’ve literally never seen any other website utilize this before. I guess I should take your response as a “not gonna happen” though.
Now that I think about it more, I should really ask Google to add a proper setting to disable this for all websites.
Not sure I get your point. Chromium is open source. But it looks like the most popular variants all have the same bug (so clearly they didn’t tweak that behavior) and I’m not insane enough to make my own custom build of Chromium…