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You can change the priority with: sudo update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/x-www-browser x-www-browser google-chrome-stable <priority_as_integer> Example: before $ sudo update-alternatives --config x-www-browser There are 2 choices for the alternative x-www-browser (providing /usr/bin/x-www-browser). Selection Path ...


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In short: edit /var/lib/dpkg/alternatives/x-www-browser and change priority inside DETAILS An easiest and the must answer is to edit the administrative update-alternative files found in the /var/lib/dpkg/alternatives So edit the x-www-browser file sudo gedit /var/lib/dpkg/alternatives/x-www-browser The output will be like this: auto ...


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Making it work: Run gedit ~/.local/share/applications/allen-brainexplorer.desktop A text editor will open up. Paste the following contents on it: [Desktop Entry] Name=Brain Explorer 2 Exec=wine "%ProgramFiles%\Allen Institute\Brain Explorer 2\BrainExplorer2.exe" "/url" "%u" Type=Application Terminal=false MimeType=x-scheme-handler/aibe; Save the file and ...


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You can do that with the View In Browser package. Once installed the default key-binding would be CTRL + ALT + V. Note that Firefox is the default browser. To change this to Chrome (in your instance) you would need to do: Settings - User from Preferences > Package Settings > View In Browser. "The browser you wish to use to open files is set in the key named ...


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The solution proposed in Chromium Issue 465660 worked for me. Go to Terminal and run sudo gedit /usr/share/applications/chromium-browser.desktop Find this line in the file: Exec=chromium-browser %U Then replace it with: Exec=chromium-browser --touch-devices=123 %U



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