Opera Browser in Notepad++

  • Hello! I’ve tried looking for this answer on the web and on the Notepad++ forums, but can’t find what I’m looking for.

    Bottom Line Up Front, how do I:

    1. Add Opera to my Run list so that it opens a file in Opera
    2. Move the “Launch in Opera” line up so that it’s underneath the other “Launch in <browser>” options?

    I’m trying to get Notepad++ to open a file in the Opera web browser the way you can open files in the other browsers that come listed in NP++ already. I’ve added Opera to my run list by selecting Run… > Typing “opera” > saving it > using a shortcut key > and clicking okay. It opens the Opera window just fine, but it doesn’t open the file in Opera. So then I went into the shortcuts.xml file and tried adding the following:

    <Command name=“Launch in Opera” Ctrl=“yes” Alt=“yes” Shift=“yes” Key=“80”>opera “$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)”</Command>

    That didn’t seem to make a difference. Any ideas? Also, I’m new to any kind of coding and have really only done it in college.

    Thanks so much.

  • @Shepard

    Did you restart npp afterwards?
    Did you try to put the complete path for opera?
    $(FULL_CURRENT_PATH) is the correct variable but which file did you edit?
    Depending on your installation it might be that your shortcuts.xml is either the one in
    %APPDATA%\notepad++ directory or the one in the install directory.