I would really appreciate the ability to choose between multiple user (profile) can be extended to other chromium based browsers, especially Vivaldi.24 votes
When context clicking on a link in Chrome and selecting "Open with Choosy" a panel pops in at the top of the window (as shown here: http://drops.jsorge.net/DtiHX4 ). Is there any way to stop this so selecting the menu item just gives me the Choosy menu right away?1 vote
The “Open with Choosy” option is not included in the right-click menu for links in Safari after installing and activating the browser extension (in Mojave 10.14.6, with Choosy 2.1) on my Mac.
The toolbar button is there, but not the option in the menu. Quitting and relaunching Safari doesn't help.
What am I missing?1 vote
The URL x-choosy://prompt.all/https://www.azimuthproject.org/azimuth/show/Experiments%20in%20Differential%20Logic doesn't work from
URL's with spaces (either " " or "%20") stopped working at some point:
I'm pretty sure the logjam is at the macosx prefpane app, but I haven't proven that yet.
If it's not obvious what the problem is, tell me what more I need to do?6 votes
Ever since upgrading to 2.0, I cannot used Choosy any longer. I simply get a popup dialog saying "The application Choosy can't be opened." Nothing obvious to me in the console to help figure out what's happening. I've deleted and tried 2.1 with no luck.
Any suggestions?1 vote
This issue is caused by an incompatibility between Jamf and Choosy’s Hardened Runtime settings. I’m working on a fix.
I have some development scripts that will open links when things happen in my test app. I’d like to be able to set up a choosy rule that doesn’t open those links in any browser when the rule is active.
(A workaround is to choose “Use all of these browsers...” and choose nothing.)1 vote
When I open the Choosy pref pane, I immediately see red text at the bottom and think, "oh no! what's wrong?"
Nothing is wrong - you're drawing my attention to a non-essential piece of information to tell me that you're thankful I registered.
Ideally, you would swap out the license info form for a display of my information (I shouldn't need to click "Save" again once my license key was verified).
At the very least, use black text for this message (or other HIG-compatible color that does not usually signify an error).
I have a major preferences UI overhaul in the works. The registration UI is only a small part of it, but I’ve attached a preview video showing where that particular piece is headed.
I hope you agree that it’s a huge improvement!
Steps to reproduce...
- In Chrome, add a new profile (Person) and choose an icon (e.g. Elephant)
- In Choosy Settings ==> Browsers, the new Person appears, but with the default Chrome icon.1 vote
After reports that this is still happening for some people in version 2.1, I’m looking into it further.
I can install the preferences pane, and rules that aren't based on "Source Application" seem just fine.
When I pick the application for a "Source Application" rule, the file picker shows up and I can select something, but it isn't then reflected in the rule in the list of rules. I tried anyways hoping it was just a visual glitch, but alas the rule isn't working.
Choosy seems like exactly what I've been looking for if I can get a source application rule working!12 votes
I have found that Mailplane does not respect choosy rules... it does not give me a browser prompt, and does not use the correct browser when I try to add an advanced rule for the app.2 votes
In Choosy 1.3 on Mojave 10.14.5 there is a problem with adding advanced rules based on source application. Unlike some of the other open issues here, the rule does actually work for me. But the application name appears blank in the rule list.1 vote
Choosy doesn't work from Adobe apps. Please fix it.
It’s taken me quite a bit of troubleshooting (with Adobe tech support) to discover it is the culprit behind my broken links from Adobe products. For example, in Adobe XD, when I choose the “Share” menu and then choose “Manage links” it takes me to a page that says “Invalid credentials.” When I deactivate Choosy, the page appears fine.
I don't know if this is because it is using Adobe Air.1 vote
Using LastPass "Launch" buttons don't work with ChoosyOSX on Mojave (nothing happens); links in other apps work fine (e.g. Mail)1 vote
I have a Chrome app for web mail. It would be awesome if I could get Choosy to open links in that Chrome app. But I don't know if Choosy can see them as valid app/browser targets.3 votes
Choosy is working as the default browser, but it does not appear in System Preferences, so I can't change any of its options. Help, please!1 vote
The Whatsapp desktop client 0.3.1847 on OS Sierra 10.12.6 seems to ignore any rules completely.3 votes
I want to click on an x-choosy url presented by a number of apps and servers (all localhost in my case, but ...) and send choosy a LIST of urls to open according to its rules.1 vote
I really like Choosy. Just bought it. But I'd like to see it improve in performance. My super powerful MacBook Pro takes about half a second to open a link and display the browser. Without Choosy it happens in immediately. Any ways to achieve that? Kind regards Eric3 votes
I get the same "Could not load Choosy preference pane" as was reported months ago.
Is there a way to make this work?1 vote
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