I belong to the minority of people who love the Opera Browser. You’ve got to try it, it has got all sorts of nice features – e.g. you can easily create keyword-driven search shortcuts or browse the web using mouse gestures. But I digress…
Of course, I configured Opera to be the default browser on my Mac. Which is nice for surfing the web. However, I do not want the Eclipse Help system to appear in Opera – mostly because I tend to have way too many tabs open anyway. So, I’d like to open Eclipse Help in Safari. Here’s what you need to do to achieve this:
In Eclipse, open the preference dialog
Select General –> Web Browser
Click New… to add a new external web browser
In the dialog box Edit External Web Browser, fill in the following details: [
- Click Ok, then Finish
Obviously, this only works on Mac OS.