March 22, 2022
@gruber @daringfireball @vivaldibrowser No. It’s because if you have set up a default browser different from Safari, but you ask Shortcuts to execute an action that is Safari specific (eg Open URLs), it insists on doing it with the default browser. So any subsequent special action (eg Get Details) returns an error.

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