After marking gofish up to a temporary loss I've moved back to my address book. The issue I'm currently having is that webbrowser is opening the wrong broswer. I've set my default browser to firefox (currently using windows vista), and yet the program is still opening IE, however when I tried webbrowser.open('whatever') it opened with firefox. Below is the relevant code, any ideas?
I'm pretty sure. I've also tried the path to firefox, which didn't work. This wouldn't be such an annoying issue if it didn't work in interactive mode either, but it does webbrowser.open('www.google.com') opens an instance of firefox, so why wouldn't it work in the program?
however trying the get() method in interactive mode also raises an error:
>>> webbrowser.get('mozilla')#same with 'firefox'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<pyshell#12>", line 1, in <module>
File "C:\Python32\lib\webbrowser.py", line 53, in get
raise Error("could not locate runnable browser")
webbrowser.Error: could not locate runnable browser
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