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You can specify the address of the browser path to open the clipboard

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Dear developers

I asked for help before and got answers and help

Before is asking for help
Use the browser on the specified path to open the specified URL

Now I find that this requirement is limited

Now I would like to implore you developers

Get one for me

Use the browser with the specified path to open the link on the clipboard

Should be able to achieve

For example, the path of the browser is H:\newFirefox\Firefox\firefox.exe There is a URL in the clipboard https://www.clipboardfusion.com/

I want to use a macro to open the URL in the clipboard with a browser with a specified path
Of course this is just an example

Any URL in the clipboard can be opened with a browser with a specified path. The path of this browser can be customized

For not understanding the code
I have no learning ability
Express sorry
I implore the developers to help implement this script function. Thanks
25 days ago  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I've attached a macro that you can import for this. If you want to change the browser, you can update the "browserPath" variable

Hope that helps!
• Attachment: Open URL in Firefox.cfmacro [5,464 bytes]
23 days ago  • #2
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I've attached a macro that you can import for this. If you want to change the browser, you can update the "browserPath" variable

Hope that helps!


Thank you for making the macro, it is very easy to use

Have a small problem

This macro is every time you open a new browser window

Can the browser open a new tab instead of a new window? ?

In other words, my browser window is already running, and I need to open a new tab to access the URL in the clipboard

Instead of re-running a new browser window

Now you made this macro to open a new window instead of a label

Can it be optimized and changed to open label

Thank you
23 days ago (modified 23 days ago)  • #3
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Quote:
I've attached a macro that you can import for this. If you want to change the browser, you can update the "browserPath" variable

Hope that helps!


Thank you for making the macro, it is very easy to use

Have a small problem

This macro is every time you open a new browser window

Can the browser open a new tab instead of a new window? ?

In other words, my browser window is already running, and I need to open a new tab to access the URL in the clipboard

Instead of re-running a new browser window

Now you made this macro to open a new window instead of a label

Can it be optimized and changed to open label

Thank you

// Set the browser args (new window and URL)
//string browserArgs = "--new-window " + text;

It seems to have solved the problem? ? ?

Ah let me thank you again for the macro

// Set the browser args (new window and URL)
string browserArgs = "--new " + text;

23 days ago  • #4
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
You can get rid of the --new-window altogether, so change it to this:

string browserArgs = text;


Thanks!
23 days ago  • #5
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You can get rid of the --new-window altogether, so change it to this:

string browserArgs = text;


Thanks!

Thanks! perfect!
23 days ago  • #6
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