Customize your right-click menu with Service Station.
Your own personal "Open With" menu containing only the Applications and Scripts that YOU want. Edit your Finder context menus to provide quick access to Applications and Scripts.
Open Terminal by right-clicking the Finder!
Use Finder Smart Search queries to show specific Menu Items for certain Files and Folders.
Sandboxed, secure app that uses the modern Finder Extension framework (no haxies!) to customize the macOS system context menu.
- Adds support for Mounted Volumes and Network Drives
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Good after brief use, needs icon disable option
After a very brief use, this looks like a useful utility.
One missing item for me - the ability to disable showing icons in the Finder menu. I never used Dropbox Finder integration because I hated their use of icons, and really wish Service Station would make it possible to have no icons.
Why hate on icons - because it looks bad to me to have icons for some items and not others, and also because the "icon'ed" items don't lign up with the standard items in the Finder menu. It just looks non-standard, does not blend in.
Used it a bit more and noticed a delay in the context menu appearing:
1) Enable Service Station in Extensions prefs
2) Enable Service Station context menu on for ex. .txt files on the Desktop (open with <Some App>)
2) Right click on a .txt file on Desktop
3) Delay in context menu appearing (about 1/2 to 3/4 of a second
The context menu delay is not huge, but large enough to be noticeable. Delay goes away when disabling Service Station extension.
Developer Response ,
In the new v2020.4 update you can 'Hide Icon' for any menu item to hide the image, which lets you have text-only menu items. For the menu lag, I will open an issue on our support website that you can follow; please see the link on the App Store.
It was super easy to set up a few rules. I use it to open images in Pixelmator and to open video files in a gif generator app. I've also loved using it to run some of my custom shell scripts. Now I can quickly generate iOS app icon bundles for test projects from a single image just by right-clicking!
My original review dinged the app because it wasn't obvious that the exisinting custom menu items could be deleted and a new one added. That done, I've tested it, and I'm happy to update my review and give it four stars as a very useful utility to have on my Mac.
Kudos to the developer for reaching out to let me know how to test the app.
Original review, for reference:
While this might be great, I'm unwilling to pay for it if I don't know that it will meet my needs, and there is no way to properly test it. The first attempt to add a custom menu item demands payment, basically sight-unseen.
I can understand a limit of one or two customizations, but zero? Not acceptable.
Developer Response ,
The free version of the app lets you customize FOUR rules without payment.
If you delete any of the default rules, or edit them, you will be able to fully customize that rule in the free version of the app.
The newest app update only includes 3 default rules. So you can press "+" once before paying. OR - customize or delete any of the 4 rules. You can delete the default Movies rules, for example, and use your own Rule instead.
I'm an independent developer. I'd appreciate an updated review once you are able to test the customization, thanks!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.