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Visual Studio 2012 now allows you to select which web browser to debug your web projects with (there is a drop down next to the run button).

However, this appears to only set that browser for me on my computer. Since I work on a website that works with Umbraco and strange errors will be presented to the developer unless they use Chrome, I'd like every developer to automatically be set to use Chrome as their browser when they run a web project I check into TFS.

Is there a way to have the web browser setting persist across each computer the solution/project are run from (without the devs needing foreknowledge of this browser requirement)? Maybe a project-level or solution-level configuration value?
Posted 27-Feb-13 8:13am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 27-Feb-13 15:17pm
I don't think so, unless you dig into the data structure and make a service is administration script to modify those files...
Also, you can develop some configuration cloning applied post VS installation.
Let's see if someone knows any other way, but I doubt...

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