Tricky --no-sandbox

Troubles with WebGL in Chrome? Use it with the parameters

--enable-webgl --allow-file-access-from-files --in-process-webgl --no-sandbox

otherwise you will have problems. Especially forgetting the '--no-sandbox' parameter is tricky. Chrome will then render WebGL, but insert wrong OpenGL states here and there for no apparent reason.

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