Author Topic: HTML Link File Name Replace to Hosting Name  (Read 1087 times)

Offline zaviier

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HTML Link File Name Replace to Hosting Name
« on: 26-11-2017, 23:55:04 »
Hi.

Can you replace File Name when i copy clipboard in HTML Link to Hosting Name?

Example:

[Before]
Quote
<a href="https://mega.co.nz/">File.rar</a>

[After]
Quote
<a href="https://mega.co.nz/">Mega.co.nz</a>

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Re: HTML Link File Name Replace to Hosting Name
« Reply #1 on: 27-11-2017, 18:59:32 »
If you copy only HTML links, you can specify your own "Format for copying" in Settings - View (right click for variables).

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Re: HTML Link File Name Replace to Hosting Name
« Reply #2 on: 29-11-2017, 17:51:29 »
not only HTML links, but hosting filename...
ex: uptobox.com > uptobox
mega.nz > mega
tusfiles.net > tusfiles

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Re: HTML Link File Name Replace to Hosting Name
« Reply #3 on: 29-11-2017, 23:50:49 »
problem solved
i know how to edit that... thanks you  O0

 

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