Got more Salesforce.com logins that you can shake a stick at, get them under control with Trapdoor. Trapdoor securely stores
all your Salesforce.com logins in the system provided keychain, and can quickly login to Salesforce.com for any of them.
Launch Trapdoor, and it'll automatically list all your keychain entries for Salesforce.com, in both the Login menu, and in the Dock's context menu. Simply select one of the entries from either menu and trapdoor will quickly login you in. Don't have any keychain entries yet for Salesforce.com, don't despair, just goto File -> Enter New Credentials to create some.
Tip: For maximum benefit, use the Dock Context menu to have Trapdoor automatically start at when you login to your Mac.
Trapdoor In Action
The dock context menu
The Login menu
The New Credentials window, you have the option to use different browsers for different usernames
Tip: Alias is optional, but set one for each login, and it'll appear along with the username on the lists of logins to make it easier to differentiate them.
Preferences Window, where you can see the list of browsers detected.
System RequirementsRequires Mac OSX 10.8 or later, and at least one Salesforce.com account
Download the latest version of Trapdoor
If you're still on a version of OSX earlier than 10.8, then Trapdoor v1.8 supports OSX 10.5 and up.
v1.9, May 29, 2014
- Added support for being able to interact with Trapdoor via AppleScript, thanks @_MattWelch_!
- App is signed with a DeveloperId, no more gatekeeper warnings.
v1.8, May 18, 2010
- Fixed an issue related to using Fluid app's causing trapdoor to crash at start up.
v1.7, March 4, 2010
- Option to sort logins by alias instead of username.
- All Installed browsers are automatically detected, no need to wait for Trapdoor updates to support new browsers anymore.
- You can view the list of installed browsers in the preferences window.
- The browser lists now show their icon.
v1.6, Feb 24, 2010
- Added Google Chrome to list of browsers
v1.5, Aug 13, 2009
- Expired passwords are now handled correctly, you'll be prompted to supply a new password, your password will then be updated in both Salesforce.com and your Keychain.
v1.4, Sept 14, 2007
- There's now keyboard shortcuts for the first 9 entries in the login menu.
v1.3, July 11, 2007
- The Usernames are now displayed sorted, making it easier to find the one you want.
v1.2, May 1, 2007
- For each Login you can now specify a specific browser to launch (or have it launch the system default browser).
- A "Manage All Logins" window now makes it easy to change browser settings, edit aliases, etc. without having to use Keychain Access.
- Spiffy new icon from the fine folks at ADN
v1.1, Feb 21, 2007
- Now detects keychain change as they happen, and updates the list of Logins.
- Failed logins (because of a changed password) will now prompt you with a new password and automatically update the keychain entry.
- You can now enter an alias for each login and it'll appear in the menu to help you differentiate your logins more easily.
v1.0, Jan 26, 2007
- Initial release.