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Old 06.05.2017, 13:26
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Default [Mac] Browser Command Line

I'm trying to open links with Firefox on Mac. (My default browser is Chrome)

I set the following setting as below, but doesn't work.

Advanced Setting > GeneralSetting: Browser Command Line
["/Volumes/Macintosh HD/Applications/FireFox.app", "%s"]

Also tried this
["/Applications/FireFox.app", "%s"]

Will you tell me how I can use Firefox from Jdownloader?
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Old 08.05.2017, 12:32
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try
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["open","/pathTo/XY.app","--args","%s"]
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Old 11.05.2017, 14:53
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Thank you for the reply.
The command only worked when firefox is not running.
If firefox is running, links do not open at all.
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Old 05.07.2018, 21:49
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Hu
I have a similar issue (firefox from default Safari) but I am blocked in a very early step: I cannot find anywhere the option
Advanced Setting > GeneralSetting: Browser Command Line

Embarassing but true, I cannot see it neither in mydownloader tab nor in settings tabs (and subtabs)
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Old 06.07.2018, 11:14
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In Settings tab, on the left side. slowly down and there you'll find a smaller entry than the others, voila You've found the advanced settings, below TrayIcon
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