Viscosity

Access VPN connections in Viscosity.

Summary  
Available on macOS version 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, 10.14
for Quicksilver build 4024, 4025

Viscosity Plug-in

The VPN connections you've defined in Viscosity get added to the catalog. You can either search for them directly or right arrow into the Viscosity application.

There are two actions available for a Viscosity connection:

There are also two actions available if you select the Viscosity application in the first pane:

When you first install the plug-in, these actions will be higher in priority than "Open", which is normally the default for applications. If that's not what you want, move them down the list in your Quicksilver preferences.

The plug-in tries to be smart about which actions to display. For instance, you won't see "Disconnect from VPN" unless that connection is currently active.

NOTE: If Viscosity isn't running, any of the "Connect…" actions will start it. This is generally what you want, but be aware that if you've configured certain VPNs to connect on launch, they will be connected regardless of what you are trying to do via Quicksilver.

Event Triggers

If the Event Triggers plug-in is installed, you can configure actions to run when a VPN is connected or disconnected via Quicksilver. The Event Trigger Object proxy will refer to the connection in question.