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Old 05-25-2005, 08:37 AM   #1
dr_zayus69
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command line options for firefox for shell scripting.


Hi i needed to use firefox in a shell script and wanted to know what (if any) command line options firefox can take on start up. I noticed there was no man for firefox (or if there is it isn't installed on my computer or in my man path. I was able to write the script i needed without any command line options but want to know for future references. Also they could extend the functionality of my current script for instance if there is a option to start fireforx in fullscreen mode. tthanks for any help in advance.
 
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