They seem to start with "url=" so it should be fairly easy with any script that has the equivalent of If StringLeft(urlstr,4) = "url=" then yadda yadda
What script ?
I am solving now with opera. I obtain with pspad a file with all the urls from the exported file from Opera.
It easy :
"To extract URLs into new file use:
open search dialog
click on the button with ! next to search field and choose Find URL
Press Copy button"
I was thinking to obtain the list from firefox in a html file similar way and then apply the Skwire's script to delete the lines not necessary.
I have revised the post in pspad and they add this to locate the urls preceeded by a string :
"Modify the regular expression by adding string on the begin what will idenfify what you want"
I usually get a headache when trying regex so.......
I make copy/paste of the regular expression used by pspad to find any url :
What must I add to find only the preceed by the string :
"<DT><A HREF="" , where my "" are not for search and the ending " is the beginning " of the url to find.....
How can i do that ?