- Insert pages by searching article titles. Or by dragging .webloc files or URL’s to the Pathway icon.
- Click any link you want on pages you’ve inserted. Pathway will open the article in its mini-browser and add the new page to the network.
- Pathway will display links relevant to the page you’re visiting (extracted from the page itself). This allows for quick jumping between pages.
- Export individual pages with one click to a Web Archive, for reference.
- A sleek interface, where everything you don’t need doesn’t take up space.
- Spotlight integration: search for any article title and Spotlight will find the document it’s in.
- Supports Wikipedia pages in English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish.
- English and Dutch localizations. If you want to make a translation, please contact me.
About the feature set
As said before, Pathway has a small feature set to keep it simple and purposeful. OS X does not need another browser. Also, there are splendid apps for related browsing management (such as BrowseBack and others). I just wanted to develop an application that hopes to succeed in the few things that it does.
However, I do not have ultimate wisdom or insight. I’m open to new ideas. I’ve already received great help from the folks at im.be (and am currently still looking into implementing some of their findings).
So if you think you’ve got an idea for a feature, an enhancement or you just find I got something completely wrong, don’t hesitate to contact me (dennislorson [at] gmail [dot] com).
I started this a learning project, and if it turns out to have potential I will continue working on it.