The first part is a good request. A “Show in Finder” option seems like a good idea.
As for the second part, that seems like a problem with the computer locally. It looks like you have .svg files associated with ImageOptim. Perhaps this is because ImageOptim has the ability to optimize SVG files now too.
So, here’s how to fix that… maybe
- Find the file on your computer. (Heh, that would be easier if there was a “Show in Finder” option in Hype
- Right-Click or Ctrl-Click the file and there should be an “Open With” option – use that!
- Select the program for editing SVG files and check the “Always Open With” option
The application you select should associate .svg files with it. That means double-clicking the file should launch the selected application.
Part of the problem might be that you don’t have an application to edit SVG files. There are many… Illustrator (Expensive), Affinity Designer, iDraw (now called Graphic, but I like the older version) and many others…
That information might help you to solve the second problem.