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InfoViewer: If there anything I can do to make External Browser instance (IE) working instead of Internal(inside InfoView tab)
Submitted by Anonymous on Friday, 18 June, 2004 - 19:13
I'm wondering if there anything I can do to make External Browser instance (IE) working instead of Internal (inside InfoView tab). Just that mini browser works really poor with complex pages and it would be really helpful to have IE instead of it - just like Homsite have (Browse tab or F12 key). Also would be cool to have server mapping but it sound like big feature request maybe..

Thank you for an answer!

Dmitry
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To change the preferred brows
by Anonymous on Thu, 08/07/2004 - 18:59
To change the preferred browser to an external one:

Click Utilities > Global Options;

Under "InfoViewer" select "Choose Browser";

Click on "External Browser";

Type the path to the external browser in the "External Browser Command" field. To choose IE on Win98 this is C:\PROGRA~1\INTERN~1\iexplore.exe

Voila
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