Good catch. It’s the “Open Link With” plugin. When it’s set to system-default it won’t do anything. When it’s set to firefox or edge it will.
I don’t know how to set it to Chrome, since I’m not techy enough to understand the dev’s github page.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
Right click on your chrome application and click “Open File Location”.
Copy the path and change every “” with “/” as the plugin doesn’t seem to take those and give errors.
Make sure you add the application at the end of the path, in my case this is “brave.exe” in yours it most likely will be “chrome.exe”.
Now you should see an option “chrome” or in my case “brave”
Thanks, that makes sense and I could do this on WIndows. I was stumped how to do this on my Chromebook Linux system, (I don’t understand Linux). Not knowing JS either, I was stumped by “Profile should contain name(string): commands(string) which is demonstrated in the following”.
I had wanted to use either Brave (linux) or the default chromebook Chrome browser.
Anyway, you’ve shown me how to get the link function back and that’s what counts.
If you can find the path where the application is on your Linux system, you can link it.
The plugin basically just is expecting a name (don’t matter what you put here, this is just for you to see) and a path to the application being in windows an exe. Don’t know what that would be on Linux as I only use docker on my Linux Server