Application Bundle Identifiers for Browsers

dancedrummer
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Greetings.

I'm trying to launch a couple of different browsers, actually want to specify the browser. I'm sure somebody here knows the bundleIndentifier for Netscape, Camino, or better yet how to find these out. For clarity, what I've got working are: com.apple.Safari, com.microsoft.Explorer, org.mozilla.Firefox. Also, I want to be able to specify the URL so i'm using the NSWorkspace:

launchAppWithBundleIdentifier:options:additionalEventParamDescriptor:launchIdent​ifier:

Any other suggested way of achieving this (launch a specific url in a specific browser) is more than welcom.

Thanks in advance.

dd
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Post: #2
Camino has org.mozilla.navigator, you can find them by opening the Info.plist file in the Contents subdirectory of the bundle.
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dancedrummer
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Thank you sir. (Duh, I should have figured that out)
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