I am a relative newcomer to Hook, but already an ardent fan. It’s an odd app, that does something very useful and unique, but is surprisingly hard to apprehend at first sight. Part of making it more digestible is to keep as much standard Apple behaviour as possible within the Hook interface. With this in view I have a couple of feature suggestions.
• It would help to be able to select (and where appropriate, act on) multiple links in the list in the Hook window, e.g. to be able to make multiple deletions. Is there any reason why Shift-click for a range or Command-click for non-contiguous selections could not be implemented?
• Similarly, there is currently no way to select all links associated with an item: with the Hook window in focus, could it respond to Command-A?
• There is already a Reveal in Finder command in the menu, but in many Mac contexts Command-double-click will open the enclosing folder of the selection, which is essentially the same thing. (Items that don’t have an enclosing folder, e.g. web pages, would simply beep or do nothing.)