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I have a visual studio 2010 sharepoint project which I want to debug. I would like to set the browser used for debugging.

I could probably set the browser if I had an aspx-Page in the project, but I don´t have one.

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Which version of VS do you use? – m.jedrzej Oct 25 '12 at 12:41
updated question! – AGuyCalledGerald Oct 25 '12 at 12:46

For VisualStudio 2010 this extension might work for you:

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You have several options:

  1. Set the browser you want to use as the default browser in windows

  2. Set it as startup program for debugging by:

    2.1. Right-click project select properties

    2.2 In the Debug tab fill out Start external program and Command line arguments like this:

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