ICeCoffEE lets you command-click on URLs in Cocoa applications to launch them. It is modeled after ICeTEe, for classic Mac OS, which provided the same functionality in many Mac applications by patching TextEdit.
Command-click anywhere in a Cocoa application's text area to open the URL at that point. Some Cocoa applications that come with Mac OS X include Stickies, TextEdit, Mail, Safari and Network Utility.
Control-click (or if you have a multi-button mouse, click with the right button) on a text area, and notice a "Services" menu at the bottom. This menu works the same as the Services menu in the menu bar. You can choose to remove unwanted services from this menu.
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