The path to IE is set to the Windows default of C: Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore.exe. If you are using another OS or have Internet Explorer installed to another location, you will have to change this to the path of Internet Explorer on your computer. Also, as with the original IE View, you can point this to another browser, such as Opera. If you want to, you can point the path to any program. It doesn't have to be a browser.
To make it this work on Mac for Safari, put in "/usr/bin/open" for the path and "-a Safari" for the parameters.
Please e-mail me about bugs. I don't check the comments here. As anyone who has e-mailed me with a problem can attest, I usually fix them within a few minutes of finding out about them, which usually translates to sometime the same day as when the e-mail was sent.
Please visit my website. Click my name at the top of the page for the link. It explains all of what you need to do to make the extension do everything it does. That includes wild cards. Yes, they are in there.
As with all extensions, UMO takes some time to review new versions of extensions. It could take weeks between the release of a new version and it appearing on UMO. So, please check my website for the latest version.