I'm not using a Mac nor UEM and therefore can't help with a detailed and tested solution. But what about searching in WWW for Safari command line
and try the tips you find.
The first page in results list of google.com is a forum page with subject Launching Safari from the command-line
. According to last post open /Applications/Safari.app '%f'
The second page in results list of google.com is Invoking OS X apps from the command line
. According to this page open -a /Applications/Safari.app '%f'
would be the right command.
Is there an Output
tab on user tool configuration dialog of UEM? Yes, is there an option like Show Console/Terminal
? Yes, then uncheck this option for this tool.
UltraEdit for Windows has also an Options
tab where the user can select the Program Type
. Browsers are on Windows OS Windows applications and therefore Windows program
must be selected instead of default DOS program
. Has the user tool configuration dialog of UEM also an Options
tab where the Program Type
can be set?