Automatically set your default http handler on Gnome [asdGB]

Have you ever dreamed about an andvanced IA (I'm ironic) who could understand what browser you opened and open all the links you click on your DE in THAT browser and not in the default one?

Well this is asdGB (Automatically set default Gnome browser), a simple bash script which runs in background, checks for opened browsers and sets the default handler for http / https links on the one you prefer. Obviously if you got only one browser opened it will set that one as default. This means memory and resource saving. This means no more too many windows opened.

asdGB is released under GPL v3 licence and it's as simple as ./asdGB.sh!

Official Page and Download:

http://blog.andreaolivato.net/software/asdgb-automatically-set-default-gnome-browser

Browsing, Epiphany, Gnome, Open Source
Andrea Olivato