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.
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.
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
This is planned, but involved some fairly big changes to the way Choosy is built.
GMail page becomes blank after doing "Open with Choosy" on a link6 votes
Top of my list for the browser plugins
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
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
While looking for a while to automate a global git status I noticed Choosy includes a git repo within its resources.
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