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Old 01.11.2019, 12:40
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Default Browser resolver with Tor Browser

Hi,

I'm trying ot use the Tor Browser instead of the system's default browser for captchas that require a browser for solving.

According to https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...splay-captchas, the Browser Commandline parameter needs to be adapted accordingly. I've also disabled the Browser loop as the description states that the default browser will be used. So in my case I'm using following value for the commandline parameter
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[ "PATH_TO_TORBROWSER\\Start Tor Browser.lnk", "--new-tab", "%s" ]

Please note that the tor browser is already up and running and started with the --allow-remote parameter. Furthermore executing the command above in the command line results in the expected behaviour, so a new tab with the corresponding link is openend in the already running tor browser.

However, unfortunately it doesn't work with jDownloader because the captcha link is still openened in the default browser. I also tried chaning the the commandline parameter to
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[ "PATH_TO_TORBROWSER\\Browser\\firefox.exe", "--new-tab", "%s" ]
With that configuration a new tor browser instance is opened which conflicts with the active tor connection. So that's also not a solution.

Is this somehow a jDownloader bug (*.lnk calls do not work properly) or am I having an incorrect configuration?

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Old 04.11.2019, 10:59
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You've got to specify full path to .exe file. Also you need an additional parameter to tell firefox to open a new instance and not forward command to already open browser.
Sure that *Start Tor Browser.lnk* links to same path?
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Old 05.11.2019, 21:05
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Yes, PATH_TO_TORBROWSER is the very same (full) path to the Tor Browser directory for both configurations mentioned above.

A new Tor Browser instance via the firefox.exe (second config mentioned above) results in creating a new tor connection which conflicts with the already up and running tor connection. So I don't think that this is a solution.

As for the first configuration mentioned above, when executing it in a command prompt the expected behaviour is observed --> a new tab with the correct link is openend in the already running tor browser. The very same command, for some reason, doesn't work in JDownloader and keeps openening a new tab in the default browser instead of the tor browser.

Are there anywhere logs which I could have a look at? If so, is the log verbosity level configurable?
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Old 06.11.2019, 11:55
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There are no logs and JDownloader just executes the very same command.
Did you check if the commandline/path is correct? eg close all and check if JDownloader starts the correct firefox browser?
We can also take a look at this together via Teamviewer, just contact me via support@jdownloader.org
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