Non-default browser paths

After the installation, Multiloginapp will look for browser binaries in the default folders. If you have a browser installed in the non-standard directories, please manually configure it or place the browser directory directly to the data folder.

This page will show you how to manually configure the browser path of your browser. You can learn more about the data folder here.

With any plain text editor open the app.properties file, which is located in the %USERNAME%/.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 single backslashes on Windows will not work. They have to be escaped, like this: 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