Linky in Mozilla Links newsletter
It's listed under the BETTER MOZILLA section:
Linky will increase your power to handle links. It will let you open or download all or selected links, image links and even web addresses found in the text in separate or different tabs or windows. You will just need to right click any link or web address, select the Linky menu item and choose the desired action. You can even specify what option you want to see available in the Linky menu through its preferences. You can get this a very small download (about 30KB) and learn more about it here:
I'd like to complain :)
Linky does not recognize russian (and probably other foreign) URLs as text links:
When you select first one - it will not allow you to 'open selected text links...', when you select second one - it recognizes it as a valid text link. Why? :)
P.S. This board turns my text links into actual links - you can experiment with plain text file if you want.Comment by Dmitry Diskin at September 3, 2003 12:22 PM | Permalink
The first on www.ru is because .ru isn't recognized as valid links. I had to limit the domain stuff at a level.
The second one is a valid URL. You could have a site called www.orgComment by Henrik Gemal at September 3, 2003 12:42 PM | Permalink
Yes, I understand that the author (you?) had to limit domain recognition by several common domains. But I'm from Russia and I'm disappointed by fact that ".ru" was not included.
BTW,both www.ru and www.org are valid sites.Comment by Dmitry Diskin at September 3, 2003 01:00 PM | Permalink
Sorry for multiple postings -- I was getting an error message all the time.Comment by Dmitry Diskin at September 4, 2003 11:07 AM | Permalink
Earlier on I posted a link to Linky - a Mozilla extension allowing to work with all or part of the links in the page. I want to get even more usability of Mozilla and of weblogs by being able to work with all or a part of open tabs. For example (and i...TrackBack from How to blog a list of tabs? :idea: at October 22, 2003 01:19 AM | Permalink
Linky version 2.2 installed and operated properly in Netscape ver. 7.2
PROBLEM: Linky version 2.3.0 when installed online over version 2.2 failed to operate.
Software Configuration Installed on User on PC:
Operating Sfw: Windows 98SE
Web & Email Software: Netscape ver. 7.2
1. How do I correct the Problem?
2. How do I uninstall the Linky 2.3.0 entire software program, all the software modules, any Windows 98SE Registry entries?
3. How do I uninstall & reinstall Linky 2.3.0 online, or by downloading the Linky 2.3.0 software first into a Folder and installing offline from the Folder?Comment by Bill J. at February 10, 2005 03:53 PM | Permalink