It would be very useful to be able to open any URL from anywhere in macOS within Choosy via a macOS Share extension.
This feature would have the added bonus of making the Choosy Safari extension optional.3 votes
Firefox now allows container tabs. It'd be cool to support these tabs as options in Choosy, so when clicking a link I could open it in a Firefox "Work" tab or a "Personal" tab.92 votes
Now that version 2.0 is out, the next focus for Choosy is tighter integration with browsers. I already added Chrome Profile and Incognito support, and would love to do the same for other browsers.
Would really love a backup to Dropbox, Google Drive etc as I'd hate to lose my rules!!!
Storing rules in iCloud might also be a good solution for this.
In the short term, there is a file you can back up manually for your advanced rules: ~/Library/Application Support/Choosy/behaviours.plist
The release notes for Choosy 1.1 say that it has Retina support, but when I click on a link that triggers the display of the browser prompt, the icons and text labels are still non-Retina.
Running Choosy 1.1.1 in Sierra 10.12.2.4 votes
GMail page becomes blank after doing "Open with Choosy" on a link6 votes
Top of my list for the browser plugins
While looking for a while to automate a global git status I noticed Choosy includes a git repo within its resources.
This is planned, but involved some fairly big changes to the way Choosy is built.
it would be useful to have different behaviours for different network location, e.g., I would:
- open in Safari when I'm at home
- open in Firefox when I'm at office #1
- etc.45 votes
Great idea. It’s on the list for a future version.
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