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  1. When you click on a link Choosy deermines which of it's browsers was last the front application and selects that one without user's further input.

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  2. I have purchased Choosy some time ago and now needed to fix my macbook by erasing and installing everything from scratch. So I downloaded Choosy again, but cannot open it. Obviously my macosx is not supported (10.13)

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  4. I'd like to be able to exclude some browsers from the prompt. For example, I added Zoom as a browser so I could set up a rule to automatically open all Zoom links in Zoom, but I don't really want Zoom in the prompt.

    Thanks!

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  5. The Choosy browser set appears though, but disappears immediately without action.

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    I can’t duplicate this bug – I’ve had no problems with a couple of recent versions of Twitterific. Could you let me know more details? (Twitterific version and any Twitterific settings that might be relevant to how it opens links)
    Thanks!

  6. Choosy is such a godsend for keeping ME in control of what browser launches what file/link!

    After wrestiling with OSX today to stop it from launching an app for a filetype of which I prefer another application to launch by default instead, I found myself thinking "damn, I wish there was a version of Choosy that worked with Application launching".

    Yes, I know you can right-click on a flie and tell it to open with another app (or option click and set it as a default), but Finder context menus can be VERY sluggish, depending on what other Finder extensions…

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  7. 4 votes
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  8. Mac OSX services are useful and available system-wide. Sometimes we want to launch URLs from various apps and the context menu usually provides quick access to services as does quicksilver so this is a universal protocol for macs now.

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  9. I often get URLs in Adium and other places that were pasted from Firefox which leaves them incorrect by html-encoding the URL. This results in "http://foo.com/?bar&baz" rather than "http://foo.com/?bar&baz"

    A simple regexp substitution could fix this; allowing a generic external rewrite API would be even better.

    As a workaround, I'll see if I can write an app that accepts such URLs, and sends the corrected ones back to Choosy; then I can have Choosy send them to it rather than a 'real' browser…

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  10. Tell me how to copy my rules to a new Choosy install, or where Choosy stores rules so I can manually copy them over to my new macbook.

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  11. I'm looking for a tool that will route URLs by domain. e.g., things in my internal corporate domain go to one browser, Facebook goes to fluid, everything else goes to my "preferred" browser. Awesomely, Choosy's advanced rules support this, but, it's actually pretty cumbersome.

    The web address part is matching the whole URL, starting with the protocol, and ending with the path. So if I want to match all hosts in a given domain, without making a hole for malicious things like mallory.com/targetURL/1234, I need to use something like the following regexp:

    ^https?://([a-zA-Z0-9]+.)?facebook.com($|/.*)

    It works, but it's really unwieldy. I'd…

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  12. works on 2014 mac pro, not on 2011 17", did the install the same way. Any ideas I really like this. I have 2 more macs, will try on them also and update.

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  13. "Prioritise your browsers, with your favourite first." Very en-GB of you :)

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  14. We're not all running the latest versions browsers or MacOS.

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  15. For example, if I open a page in one browser that should be opened in another browser, have it automatically send it to the other browser. For instance, if I type it in or if I copy a url into the url bar and press enter

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  16. I haven't pegged it down, but in Snow Lep Choosy just stops working. Seems to be after a sleep. Example: normally click a link in Tweetie, get the Choosy pop-up. After sleep, a click just opens default browser. Haven't nailed it down to just sleep -- could be after a period of time, I'm trying to find the pattern. I have to logout to get Choosy working again, either way. (Noteworthy that I'm seeing similar behavior from Google Quick Search Box?)

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  17. I can't believe this is the intended behavior, but when I click on a link, Choosy sends the link to the web browser but does not bring it frontmost. I can't imagine what setting this might be. Is there something that I'm doing wrong?

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  18. I would really appreciate the option for in-browser links to be routed through Choosy. I use many Site-Specific Browsers and I mainly bought Choosy to have it automatically direct to the appropriate SSB while using my main browser.

    For example. I'd like to direct all YouTube URLs to an SSB of a specific account. If I I'm not paying attention, which is likely to happen eventually, I'll slip up and forget to open the url with Choosy.

    I read an older comment that it was by design, but I think it's worth reconsidering. Choosy could default to the way it…

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  19. 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.

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  20. Choosy is awesome but if you have a new rule, it's kind of a pain to add. I would love to see an easy way to add simple rule like: open this url in this browser from command line (which then can be wrap around an Alfred workflow)

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