Non-default browser paths

After the installation, Multiloginapp will look for browser binaries in the default folders. If you have a browser installed with non-standard paths, please manually configure it.

With any plain text editor open the app.properties file, which is located in the YOUR_USER_HOME_DIRECTORY/.multiloginapp.com folder. Now you need to define paths to browser executable files following this example:

On Windows: 

chrome.path_manual=C:/chrome/chrome.exe
firefox.path_manual=C:/firefox/firefox.exe
multiloginfox.path_manual=C:/downloads/path/to/stealthfox/firefox.exe
opera.path_manual=C:/Opera/opera.exe

Please note that backslashes on Windows have to be escaped. Example: C:\\chrome\\chrome.exe

However, regular slashes can stay the same: C:/chrome/chrome.exe

On Linux:

chrome.path_manual=/usr/bin/google-chrome2
firefox.path_manual=/home/mars/workspace/firefox-43.0/obj-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/dist/bin/firefox
multiloginfox.path_manual=/home/mars/workspace/firefox-45.0.1/obj-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/dist/bin/firefox
opera.path_manual=/usr/bin/opera2