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Browser View Plus 38.0.1
Open links, pages, and bookmarks in any other browser or media player. Modify any menu, browser name or location. Incognito/private browsing mode is also supported. Works for all Firefox locales/languages.
About this Add-on
Works for all Firefox locales/languages. 38 locales/languages are directly supported. Since all Browser View Plus menus can be freely edited, users easily can create additional locales/languages (by modifying existing locales) using the Browser View Plus options window. For many, if not most users, only two small menu items would need modification ("Open With" and "Open Link With"). But again, all other menu text can also be modified.
Modify any menu or sub-menu, toolbar button, program location, or selected browsers and media players, at any time, without restarting.
Open the current page in any browser using the toolbar multi-button. Click the toolbar multi-button icon, to open the current page, with a single click, in the most recently used browser. Or select any other browser, using the toolbar multi-button's drop-down menu. Or use any of the 7 toolbar buttons, standalone, provided for each browser individually.
Changes in browser settings are effective immediately, without restarting Firefox. Toolbar button icons and tooltip browser-name changes are effective the first time the toolbar button is used (restarting Firefox is not required). Similarly, toolbar button(s) moved from the customize toolbar-palette or Firefox menu-panel -- these changes are effective only after these toolbar button(s) are first used from the toolbar (restarting Firefox is not required).
Browser locations, and related icons and menu text, are determined automatically, based on a search of the Windows Registry. Or, add to or modify these detected program locations (or menu text) manually.
Incognito private browsing mode may be entered, either by command argument, or by CTRL-click of an IE, Chrome, Chromium, Vivaldi, Opera, and several other browser's menu or toolbar button. For application shortcut style window, right-click Chrome menu or toolbar button.
Users may optionally enter batch files and command arguments. To enter command arguments, separate your arguments with spaces. (Do not use quotes, such as in: --user-data-dir="F:\AppData\Google\Chrome\User Data" . Instead, enter such arguments as: --user-data-dir=F:\AppData\Google\Chrome\User%20Data).