The browserstack example from the documentation does not work for me.
The line capabilities=browserstack-os-x gives me an exception. It seems that
the line is parsed as JSON.
Browser failed to start, test [ titleOfDuckDuckGoShouldContainSearchQueryName ] execution interrupted.
Caused by: [ Unable to determine type from: b. Last 1 characters read: b
Build info: version: '3.141.59',
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