Firefox is there. I tried using webbrowser.get("/Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox %s") which starts up a new instance of Firefox then complains that another instance of Firefox is already running.
Like many of the firefox implementations, the fullscreen video doesn't feel the "native" macOS experience.I don't think that Firefox's fullscreen implementation have any advantages to end-users (It might have an advantage on the code base but I, as a user, don't care about it).Whenever I want fullscreen a video I move firefox window to another desktop then fullscreen the video because it hides other applications.
I am trying to add Firefox to my PATH like in this tutorial. I have Firefox in the Applications folder of my GUI on my mac book air. I am familiar with adding locations to my path. But I don't know how to find the firefox executable on my machine. Where does the applications folder go to look for the Firefox executable?
You could launch Firefox by running /Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox, and you could put /Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS in your $PATH to help you save some typing. However, the Mac OS X way to launch an application from the command line would be
If firefox is not already on the PATH then interrogating the locate database using the locate command might be your only other option. However recently installed items may not show up there until the updatedb command has had a chance to index these newly added files to the filesystem. 2b1af7f3a8