Is there any free text editor on Windows that allows (or has a plug-in that allows) to configure what happens when url's in the text are clicked on (e.g. to pass command line to the browser so that the page opens up in browser incognito mode), similar to how Zim Desktop Wiki allows to configure programs associated with certain type of embedded documents or links (described at http://zim-wiki.org/manual/Help/Default_Applications.html). E.g. Notepad++ has a way to configure whether links open up in default browser or not, but not the choice of browser.
CudaText editor has new plugin, which gives commands to open URL (under caret) in main browsers in incognito/private mode:
- Chrome, private (incognito) mode
- Firefox, private mode
- Opera, private mode
- IE, private mode
- custom tool program
It supports click on URLs too. You can configure paths to browsers, using menu "Options / Settings-plugins / Open URL".