Windows. Configurable web browser for launching previews

Asked by Mike on 2018-05-13

I'm one of the windows people who uses rednotebook.
I keep my personal journal on it so it's on an encrypted disk and I don't really want to leave breadcrumbs behind when I preview pages. One way this might be doable is to let the user configure an executable path to a preferred browser that over-rules the default if it's configured.

No need for a GUI - just an entry in a configuration file with instructions would suffice.

I've been using this for years after researching many others.
It hits the sweet spot between power and simplicity.


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Jendrik Seipp (jendrikseipp) said : #1

Thanks for the suggestion. The long-term plan is to add an internal
preview again so I'd rather not add workarounds for the workaround :-)

This probably won't help much, but you can change which browser is
opened by changing your default browser, I think.

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