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r.brem
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Blackbird Portable...

Hello, i would like a portable launcher for Blackbird.

Blackbird is a free open-source web browser. Built on Mozilla's Firefox.

Thanks.

http://www.blackbirdhome.com/

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Not Likely

Unfortunately do to the number of forks / derivative versions of Firefox it is not at all possible or even plausible for PortableApps.com to create portable versions of these applications. That's not saying someone won't modify the Firefox Launcher, but it's unlikely PortableApps.com will release this application as it does not offer much over Firefox in comparison of features against other browsers built on Firefox as well.

However, it may work for you to manually modify the Firefox Portable launcher using the INI and swapping in the binaries. Hopefully someone can explain it to you, but unfortunately I need to go.

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...can you make?...

If it wanted to do Blackbird portable, how Firefox. However, Blackbird does not have the crash report, as far as I know. With the Registry I also do not know whether I should give there Mozilla or A40. Am a little bit anew in the area and not yet perfectly.

Can you make a portable launcher for me, please?
Thx.

Sorry for my english, i'm a german people and don't speak good english.

Roland Brem
Zwickau, Germany

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It is Firefox.

Blackbird is just Firefox with some addons and a fancy theme.

Use the search box! Please!

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And adware, apparently

Besides the racially-charged theme on the page, while staring at the page with my jaw on the floor I found this:

Blackbird SiteBlackbird is free for you because it is supported by advertising and sponsorships. You don't pay to use Blackbird.

It's free for you because it's supported by advertising. Does that not say that it's supported by adware?

Nice theme on it though, from what I can see.

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Correctly...

Correctly... Blackbird is based on Firefox, however, he is registered in the Registry under A40 and not under Mozilla. On the other hand no folders are provided for the crash report, the Firefox has. Should you instal sometimes and be convincing even of it.

Roland Brem
Zwickau, Germany

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