As there were no recommendations, I've ended up using LinkChecker. While most of the cons I've listed with my question remained, using the newest version from the author's site went better than running the version that ships in the repo.
LinkChecker GUI and CLI (source: LinkChecker; click images for larger variants)
How it matches my requirements
The extension Create Link does exactly what you want, with the exception that you have to press an icon rather than press some keys on your keyboard.
Instructions after it is installed:
Click on the Icon
Click on the "word" HTML
Paste to Microsoft Word
We use Nagios for simple monitoring tasks:
Can Monitor a site to see whether it is up or not
Publish that data to a web interface
Presents graphs and statistics
Can monitor basically anything
Send notification (e.g. emails) on certain events
Try this demo of the interface.
Finally found some extensions which seems to do the right stuff:
Right Click Bookmark - When installing it asks for a folder to store the new bookmarks in, adds Add Bookmark to context menu, which opens a dialog window asking for bookmark title with a default of the link title
Contextmenu Bookmark Link – Adds a context menu Add Bookmark, which saves the ...
Since there doesn't appear to be an extension that does exactly what you want, here is an alternative.
You can try PrivDog. It basically blocks the harmful ads (ones that do not originate from the webpage's domain) and only displays the ones from trusted sources (ones reviewed by AdTrustMedia and authorized by the webpage's publisher). This will also speed ...
Recently came across Path - which can share with Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumblr, and has a Wordpress connector. I can also share from Wordpress to Path with Jetpack, so I do idly wonder if I can make it go into infinite recursion.
Can't do Google Plus, but currently, while I think some features of G+ is cool (being able to "like" pages without ...
Alfresco can do this, at the condition that your standard operating manual is written as a Wiki page (don't worry, Wiki does not mean the document is editable by everyone, it means that it can be edited online).
First put your PQ_992 document (for instance a Word or LibreOffice file) in the document repository.
Then create the standard operating manual, as ...
I've made an extension to do this.
You can install in from my Github repo - just download the .crx file and drag it onto chrome://extensions.
You can change the cursor icon by going to chrome://extensions, finding this extension, clicking Options and choosing it from there
Alternatively, you can use this bookmarklet (generated via Ben Alman's Jquery ...
It looks like none of these suggestions do what the OP is asking for: Put a rich text link in your clipboard. Instead, they put plain text in the clipboard, formatted in a variety of ways (HTML, BB, Markdown, text, etc).
I've been looking for something similar and haven't found it. For what it's worth, the best one of these "grab the title and URL" ...
After some searching I found two alternate workarounds, which does have some of the functionality you are looking for.
This extension can select a block in a web page and then either open all the links or bookmark the links.
To get this to work do the following:
Install the LinkClump extension
Change configuration so that the action ...
I found many ways to preview those links.
It's protocol that must be implemented by the content provider (youtube, twitter...) so you can use a unified API
There are big names of board: flickr, youtube, vimeo, embedly, wordpress, scribd... but also it misses the big elephants in the room facebook, twitter...
oEmbed has bindings for jquery, java, ....
If I understand you correctly, then these are your requirements:
A note manager keeping multiple notes
Links between notes
Notes can have images
When a note/image is deleted, and some notice of this
Running on Windows (extrapolated from the fact you are using OneNote 2013)
In my world, this translates into using a personal wiki. They will give you all this,...
You could always try scrapy - it runs under python and is cross platform and free or for something already put together there is also the python based LinkChecker - also gratis & opensource.
Link Checker is available for Windows, OS-X & Linux and comes with both command line and GUI interfaces.
Nagios has already been mentioned, so I wont' reiterate it here. It really is essentially the industry standard right now.
The other possibility that comes to mind is Netdata. It fits all your outlined requirements, and can actually do some pretty useful stuff for your particular use case (the HTTP server monitoring can issue arbitrary request types ...
for (var e of document.getElementsByTagName("a"))
but it might be too slow for pages with lots of links. Try it out.
The Mac tool Tinderbox does hypertext as its main business.
The Mac / Windows code TheBrain can attach links to its file-system-like nodes.
Trial-use and tutorials are available for both, but neither one is free.
Best wishes ... cheers, drl
Tomboy is an open source, cross-platform (Windows/Mac/Linux) note application that satisfies most of your requirements. Tomboy makes all note titles hyperlinks automatically by default. So if you have four notes titled "example", "simple note", "document" and "short reminder", then clicking on any instance of "simple note" in the example note opens the "...
The note-taking tool TheBrain is like a visualization of a hierarchical filesystem. You can arrange to view the tree from almost any node.
I don't know whether it satisfies all of your other requirements, but it's worth a look.
There are tutorials and a free trial, but requires a license for continued use.
Best wishes ... cheers, drl
Use a simple python script with the requests library.
First get requests, or update it if you already have it, with pip install -U requests
Then open a python console in a directory containing your URL list and type:
from __future__ import print_function # Not needed if python 3.x
with open('url_file.rtf') as infile:
for line in ...
You can use the Moz Backlink tool for a few free requests.
One request per week:
And there are many more with similar arrangements. However, the sheer amount of data that needs to be processed for this type of monitoring - checking the entire internet - makes it extremely unlikely that this ...
First a cautionary word you should ideally ask the site admin for a user name and password for a test user so as not to require the use of your own username & password in the test scripts. Alternatively, if the site allows registration you should register a test username, password & email.
Once you have done that you can set up walking the site and ...
Easy Copy is another addon and one reason you might prefer it is that it allows you to create rich-text format (RTF) that you can paste directly into places accepting such text without the need to create RTF by placing output from Multiple Tab Handler through an online HTML editor to create RTF text. Easy Copy templates and the main context menus work very ...
I am a big user of Firefox and other Browser Keyboard Shortcuts and of Firefox Keyword Shortcuts, but I don't think keyboard shortcuts would be appropriate even if you could devise a method of invoking them easily. There are severe limitations on adding anything to keyboard shortcuts that is not going to interfere with Firefox and/or other extensions. I ...
The Google Privacy add-on will turn tracked URLs into normal ones, which can then be copied normally.
This add-on shows tracking-free links or optionally replaces the
results with those links. Websites supported (for now) are Google,
YouTube, Yahoo!, Bing and Facebook.