The following config will be copied to your filesystem, e.g.
${XDG_CONFIG_HOME:-$HOME/.config}/browsh/config.toml on ‘nix systems. If you can’t find it run Browsh with browsh --debug and look in ./debug.log for the actual location.

# See;
# By showing your support you can disable the app's branding and nags to donate.
browsh_supporter = "♥"

# The base query when a non-URL is entered into the URL bar
default_search_engine_base = ""

# The mobile user agent for forcing web pages to use their mobile layout
mobile_user_agent = "Mozilla/5.0 (Android 7.0; Mobile; rv:54.0) Gecko/58.0 Firefox/58.0"

[browsh] # Browsh internals
websocket-port = 3334

# The path to your Firefox binary
path = "firefox"
# Browsh has its own profile, separate from the normal user's. But you can change that.
profile = "browsh-default"
# Don't let Browsh launch Firefox, but make it try to connect to an existing one. Note
# it will need to have been launched with the `--marionette` flag.
use-existing = false
# Launch Firefox in with its visible GUI window. Useful for setting up the Browsh profile.
with-gui = false

# The time in milliseconds between requesting a new TTY-sized pixel frame.
# This is essentially the frame rate for graphics. Lower values make for smoother
# animations and feedback, but also increases the CPU load.
small_pixel_frame_rate = 250

port = 4333
bind = ""

# The time to wait in milliseconds after the DOM is ready before
# trying to parse and render the page's text. Too soon and text risks not being
# parsed, too long and you wait unnecessarily.
render_delay = 400

# The dimensions of a char-based window onto a webpage.
# The columns are ultimately the width of the final text. Whereas the rows
# represent the height of the original web page made visible to the original
# browser window. So the number of rows can effect things like how far down a
# web page images are lazy-loaded.
columns = 100
rows = 30

# The amount of lossy JPG compression to apply to the background image of HTML
# pages.
jpeg_compression = 0.9

# Rate limit. For syntax, see:
rate-limit = "10-M"

# Blocking is useful if the HTTP server is made public. All values are evaluated as
# regular expressions.
blocked-domains = [

blocked-user-agents = [

# HTML snippets to show at top and bottom of final page.
header = ""
footer = ""

For convenience the following CLI arguments are also available:

  --debug                  Log to ./debug.log
  --firefox.path string    Path to Firefox executable (default "firefox")
  --firefox.use-existing   Whether Browsh should launch Firefox or not
  --firefox.with-gui       Don't use headless Firefox
  --http-server-mode       Run as an HTTP service
  --startup-url string     URL to launch at startup (default "")
  --time-limit int         Kill Browsh after the specified number of seconds