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OS 10.4 - Setting default programs access defaults


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All website links currently open on Safari, however I want them to open in Opera.

How to I set the program defaults like you can in Windows?

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Go to Safari -->Preferences -->Default Web Browser tab

It lists all the browsers on your system to choose from.
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Many thanks!
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