TagUI v6 User Experience Release

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Announcing the release of the latest version of TagUI!

New Features

  • Deploy double-clickable shortcuts easily using -deploy / -d option #692
  • Run flow options with one letter, -h instead of -headless
  • Click on text using OCR, like this: click your text here using ocr #702 / #736
  • Use indentation instead of {} for code blocks #746
  • Access live mode directly from the command line with tagui live
  • Use the exist() function to check until whether a given element exists #651

Breaking Changes

  • Makes chrome the new default browser #691
  • Makes visible chrome browser mode the default mode
  • .tag extension is now mandatory
  • echodumpwritecheck steps no longer use quotes for strings, consistent with other steps #693
  • All run options must be run with a leading dash -, like -headless
  • Run flows that don’t use the browser with -nobrowser / -n option #715

Bug Fixes

  • Fixes “did not close properly” error in chrome #690 / #699 / #735


  • No more (often unwanted) default saving of log files, To enable logging, create an empty tagui_logging file in the tagui/src folder.
  • Documentation overhaul and migration to readthedocs
  • New logo
  • Hindi keywords updated

Deprecated features

  • R integration #745
  • Upload run option #753

This release introduces many changes to improve the user experience when writing, running and deploying TagUI flows. It also brings a documentation overhaul and migration to readthedocs.

The release notes on GitHub are here.

TagUI is a Brick (pre-built solutions) from AI Makerspace, a platform offered by AISG to help SMEs and start-ups accelerate the adoption of AI in Singapore.


  • Basil is the technical community manager and editor at AI Singapore, committed to bringing Singapore's AI ecosystem to new levels by working with communities, teams and individuals. Dream big or go home!

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