webbrowser module's Firefox support
MonkeeSage at gmail.com
Sun Sep 24 02:36:51 CEST 2006
> That didn't work either.
Well, I'm out of ideas. It's also odd that it was being read as
webbrowser.BackgroundBrowser...whatever that is! It should have been
> Another thing: your fix is only temporary. Is there a way to make it
> work even after I close IDLE? I changed the command you gave me a bit
> so it doesn't get rid of the other paths:
> os.environ["PATH"]+=";C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox;" # can't
> remember the path for firefox right now...
> But either way, it ends up going right back to the previous value after
> I close IDLE.
Yeah, sorry about that, I meant to mention that changes to os.environ
only last for the life of the python process. To set / change
environment variables like PATH permanently, check out this page:
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