how can I add Launch in Edge to the Run/Launch Menu?
Graham Coleman last edited by
I am using Windows 10 - I only see Launch commands for Firefox. IE, Safari and Chrome on the Run menu. Can someone please advise how to add Edge (Win 10 browser) to this list?
Claudia Frank last edited by Claudia Frank
what you are looking for is the shortcuts.xml file.
UserDefinedCommands is the section of the preconfigured browsers.
Duplicate a line and change it to your need. Let’s take iexplore as an example
<Command name="Launch in IE" Ctrl="yes" Alt="yes" Shift="yes" Key="73">iexplore "$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)"</Command>
Command name=“Here you would name it what ever you like”
These four attributes are only needed if you want to assign a shortcut
yes means you need to press this key together with the other defined keys.
I would suggest you leave it undefined which would be
and use the shortcut mapper to do it properly.
This one is the important one.
You need to find out what the process name of Edge is
and and replace iexplore with it. Keep the rest
Restart npp - done
Putrid Carcass75 last edited by
I been trying to do this as well. It took me a bit because edge doesn’t run from its exe file, but here’s how I did mine.–Launch to Edge Instructions–