URL / File Extension Handler App
Customise the way links and files are being handled by associating custom URL scheme or file name extension with an application, shell or AppleScript handler. It can also change default application used for standard file names and URL schemes in a way similar to RCDefaultApp.
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Register your own URL protocol scheme
LinCastor enables you to register your own custom URL protocol scheme (e.g. mylink://foo/bar) and associate it with an application, shell or AppleScript handler.
As most OS X application support embedding links as part of a text, a custom URL protocol scheme provides a great way to connect different applications together or trigger custom workflows. For example: a link jira://issue1234 could open a JIRA tracker with specific issue. This link could then be placed in iCal’s reminder or any other text fields supporting links.
Register custom handler for a file extension
LinCastor can also handle file extensions. The extension can be well known one like jpg, html, txt or custom extension. LinCastor can also be used to give LinCastor Browser an ability to handle custom schemes and extensions.
Trigger handler directly for a bookmarklet
Customisable Action Menu
The LinCastor Browser will provide nice-user iterface for the LinCastor. It will also enable you to create rules to trigger actions automatically.
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