Browser version downgrade

 

Google Chrome

  1. Check for a currently compatible Chrome version here: https://multiloginapp.com/supported-browsers-versions
  2. Download an older Chrome version for Windows here: http://www.slimjet.com/chrome/google-chrome-old-version.php
  3. Extract the contents of the file to Desktop (or any other convenient location)
  4. Rename the extracted folder to “chrome”
  5. Place the “chrome” folder to the %USERNAME%/.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory (see below for detailed instructions)
  6.  Restart Multiloginapp

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Check for a currently compatible Firefox version here: https://multiloginapp.com/supported-browsers-versions
  2. Download an older Firefox version here: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/
  3. Install the contents to an empty “firefox” folder on Desktop (or any other convenient location)
  4. Check if the executable file is in the newly create “firefox” folder
  5. Place the “firefox” folder to the %USERNAME%/.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory (see below for detailed instructions)
  6. Restart Multiloginapp
  7. Launch the browser and disable auto-updates using instructions here: https://multiloginapp.com/browser-updates-firefox/

Navigating to /.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory

The /.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory can be found by clicking on the app settings (located on the top right corner of the app), then choosing “log directory” and then going back to /.multiloginapp.com/ directory. The data folder will bet there.

Opera

  1. Check for a compatible Opera version here: https://multiloginapp.com/supported-browsers-versions
  2. Download the release of your choice from Opera Stable – Releases.
    • Download the ‘Opera__Setup.exe’ file, not the ‘Opera__Autoupdate.exe’.
  3. Remove existing install and re-install from the .exe you downloaded above.
  4. Disable automatic updates using this guide.
  5. If you install downgraded Opera in the same location as the higher version one, you will not need to edit any paths in Multiloginapp. However, if you decide to install your downgraded Opera version to a different location. You will need to add that path in the app.properties file using this guide.

Google Chrome

  1. Check for a currently compatible Chrome version here: https://multiloginapp.com/supported-browsers-versions
  2. Download an older Chrome version for Windows here: http://www.slimjet.com/chrome/google-chrome-old-version.php
  3. Extract the contents of the file to Desktop (or any other convenient location) Note: do not change the name of the file.
  4. Open the extracted folder and copy the destination
  5. Go to the %USERNAME%/.multiloginapp.com/ directory
  6. Edit the app.properties file with any text editor
  7. Delete any old chrome paths present in the file
  8. Add the path and paste the copied destination of your chrome executable file. You can find instructions on proper formatting here or in the video above.
  9. Save the file
  10.  Restart Multiloginapp

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Check for a currently compatible Firefox version here: https://multiloginapp.com/supported-browsers-versions
  2. Download an older Firefox version here: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/
  3. Install the contents to an empty “firefox” folder on Desktop (or any other convenient location)
  4. Check if the executable file is in the newly create “firefox” folder
  5. Place the “firefox” folder to the %USERNAME%/.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory (see below for detailed instructions)
  6. Restart Multiloginapp
  7. Launch the browser and disable auto-updates using instructions here: https://multiloginapp.com/browser-updates-firefox/

You can check a video tutorial on Firefox here.

Navigating to /.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory

The /.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory can be found by clicking on the app settings (located on the top right corner of the app), then choosing “log directory” and then going back to /.multiloginapp.com/ directory. The data folder will bet there.

Opera

  1. Check for a compatible Opera version here: https://multiloginapp.com/supported-browsers-versions
  2. Download the release of your choice from Opera Stable – Releases.
    • Download the ‘Opera__Setup.exe’ file, not the ‘Opera__Autoupdate.exe’.
  3. Remove existing install and re-install from the .exe you downloaded above.
  4. Disable automatic updates using this guide.
  5. If you install downgraded Opera in the same location as the higher version one, you will not need to edit any paths in Multiloginapp. However, if you decide to install your downgraded Opera version to a different location. You will need to add that path in the app.properties file using this guide.

Google Chrome

  1. Check for a currently compatible Chrome version here: https://multiloginapp.com/supported-browsers-versions
  2. Download an older Chrome version for Mac here: http://www.slimjet.com/chrome/google-chrome-old-version.php
  3. Navigate to  /.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory (see below for instructions)
  4. Create a folder inside this directory, naming it “chrome”
  5. Launch the downloaded file and drag and drop it to to the newly created “chrome” folder.
  6. Restart Multiloginapp
  7. Disable auto-updates for Chrome using instructions here: http://osxdaily.com/2012/04/06/disable-google-chrome-automatic-software-update/

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Check for a currently compatible Firefox version here: https://multiloginapp.com/supported-browsers-versions
  2. Choose an older Firefox version here: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/
  3. Navigate to  /.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory (see below for instructions)
  4. Create a folder inside this directory, naming it “firefox”
  5. Launch the downloaded file and drag-and-drop the “Firefox” file it to to the newly created “firefox” folder.
  6. Restart Multiloginapp
  7. Disable auto-updates using instructions here: https://multiloginapp.com/browser-updates-firefox/

Navigating to /.multiloginap.com/data/ directory

The /.multiloginapp.com/data/ directory can be found by clicking on the app settings (located on the top right corner of the app), then choosing “log directory” and then clicking ⌘COMMAND + ↑ UP. The data folder will bet there.