User ( posted:

Ken, you can pass a variable for the WindowTag, like so: "WindowTag=" &
WindowTags are static (once a WindowTag is assigned to a browser session,
it cannot be changed).

The Browser Utility Command help page states that web testing is enabled
for all browser sessions spawned from a browser session started using

When I use Shift-click to open a link in a separate browser, the recorded
code does not include a new "StartBrowser" command for the new browser
session. It does include a Window SetContext with a different Caption
string, and a Browser NewPage with the HTMLTitle of the page the link
points to.

In a nutshell, if you do not use StartBrowser to open a new browser
session, you cannot specify a WindowTag for it. If anyone knows better,
please advise!