It is a tool that lets you define rules for customizing apps and scripts available when right clicking on a file.
The rules are very similar to what you would find in Hazel or Houdahspot allowing you to combine conditions based on the file extension / name / etc…
You can then select the applications showing up at the root of the right click menu (it saves you from having to go into “open in …”)
You can also list file scripts that you can trigger from the same right click menu
Nothing new under the sun but a neat little tool to have an easier time making your right-click menu more useful.
Any interesting workflows around this tool? For now I am merely using it from the apps listing perspective but I’d be interested in learning what you guys use it for. And anyway, just wanted to share about Services station which definitely has its spot as a topic here.
Interesting - what does this do that OnMyCommand doesn’t? It has been blocked from most uses for teh last few years of MacOS updates and I haven’t installed it recently but I used to have a ton of scripts in it that I’ve since migrated to Alfred. https://free.abracode.com/cmworkshop/on_my_command.html