Default web browser
In this section, specify the browser that will be used for rendering external resources and previewing files file with Web contents. Define also the browser's behaviour if the URL address passed to it points at an archive.
|Use system default browser||Select this option to accept your operating system default Web browser as default for RubyMine.|
|Use||Select this option to specify another Web browser as default for RubyMine. Type the path to the executable file of the browser or click the Browse button to select the path in the Select Path to Browser dialog box.|
|Show confirmation before extracting files||Select this check box to have a confirmation dialog box displayed before extracting files, if an archive is referenced.|
|Clear extracted files||Click this button to remove all the previously extracted files from the browser's cache.|
In this section, specify which browsers will be available for previewing HTML output. The page displays all the browsers supported in RubyMine, each browser presented in a separate section. To configure the use of a browser, use the controls in the corresponding section.
You can enable as many browsers as you need.
|Active||Select this check box to enable the use of the respective browser through the icon in the editor or through the command.
If this check box is not selected, the corresponding browser icon will not appear in the icons toolbar or pop-up menu.
|Default||Click this button to have RubyMine launch the respective browser using the default system command.|
|Click this button to have RubyMine launch the respective browser using its executable file. In the dialog that opens, specify the path to the executable file of the corresponding browser.|
The button is available only in the Firefox and Chrome sections.
In the Firefox Settings dialog box, specify the Firefox browser profile to use for previewing output:
In the Chrome Settings dialog box: