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Browser View 37.0.2
Open links, pages, and bookmarks in any other browser, using right-click context menus or with one click of the drop-down or standalone toolbar buttons. Modify any menu, browser name or location. Incognito/private browsing mode is also supported.
About this Add-on
Browser locations, and related menu text, are determined automatically, from a search of the Windows Registry. Users may also manually modify these browser locations and menus, or enter additional or portable browsers. To clear user settings, and restore defaults, open Browser View options, delete related location or menu text, and click the "OK" button.
Incognito private browsing mode may be entered by CTRL-click of the IE, Chrome, or Opera menu or toolbar button. Or enter a command argument in Browser View options ("private" or "incognito" or other parameter (without quotes) after IE, Chrome, Opera, or other browser location). For application shortcut style window, right-click Chrome menu or toolbar button.
Browser View accepts command line arguments for incognito private browsing mode. For command line arguments, other than incognito private browsing mode, use the Browser View Plus (PlayLink) add-on.
For IE, Opera, Chrome and most other Chromium browsers, users may open these browsers, for incognito or private browsing, by entering "private" as the command line argument. Browser View automatically changes "private" to the proper browser-specific command form at run-time.
For example, to always open the Chrome browser, from Firefox or SeaMonkey, in incognito private browsing mode-- add "private" to your browser location, in Browser View Menu Settings, as follows:
"... \chrome.exe private" (or "... \chrome.exe --incognito").