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Posted: by clrlmiller
Product: Mac OS X
Downloads: 464


This will determine the last user to log onto a Mac (filtering certain common accounts like root); then peek through that user's Launch Services plist file to find the setting for the default handler of 'http'. Essentially, it finds the user's default Browser. {This is NOT what the user may use most often, just what is set as the default}. Why would you care? I can't imagine. But our management wanted to know so it might possibly be useful for someone else out there. Fell free to hack, add, transmoogrify as you see fit for your own purposes. Unless those purposes are evil, then go try out as the next Bond villain. 'cause those movies could really use some help in the evil genius dept.


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