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Is there a way to disable "confirm form re-submission" dialog box when refreshing a form page?

Example: Pavilion x360
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I need to refresh a form every 60 seconds to look for a change in a calendar widget on a webpage I'm testing. I think the easiest way to automate this would be to install an auto-refresh extension in chrome and set the page to refresh every 1 minute, however, this displays a "confirm form resubmission" dialog box upon each refresh. Can I disable this dialog box somehow? I've done a quick search online and found a lot of responses tell people to Right click on a chorme shortcut, select properties, In the target field, add: "-disable-prompt-on-repost" without the quotes after chrome.exe. This does not work however. Any ideas? Thanks guys!

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Is there a way to disable "confirm form re-submission" dialog box when refreshing a form page?

This is a safety feature to ensure you don't accidentally re-buy something or do something else of that nature. I'm not sure that user-initiated refreshes can bypass this feature.
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Is there any way to fix this.

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