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Sorry, I overlooked the nodes you already pointed in the thread. I modified the install.rdf file by changing <em:version> to 0.5 and <em:maxVersion> to 3.0. This is great! Thank you, thank you.

What following is what I've tried so far, by taking some examples from the linking shortcuts node. But I guess you can figure out the rest :-)

Update: Sorry, I mess up the layout. I'll fix this later, when I know how to do so (any suggestion on this?)

original code original appearance copied as final appearance note
[id://436993] Monk Links - Copy Perlmonks-links to the clipboard in on-site-format [id://436993] Monk Links - Copy Perlmonks-links to the clipboard in on-site-format OK
[id://241598] holli [id://241598] holli OK
[Recently Active Threads] Recently Active Threads [Recently Active Threads] Recently Active Threads OK
[cpan://HTML::|HTML modules] HTML modules [cpan://HTML::] HTML:: OK
[pad://naikonta|public scratchpad] public scratchpad N/A N/A no menu
[href://?viewmode=public;node_id=608622|my scratchpad] my scratchpad N/A N/A no menu
[href://?node_id=608622;viewmode=public|node_id as the first param] node_id as the first param [id://608622;viewmode=public] [id://608622;viewmode=public] ?
[mod://Data::Dumper] Data::Dumper N/A N/A no menu
[doc://substr] substr N/A N/A no menu
[doc://perlintro] perlintro N/A N/A no menu
[href://?node_id=436993&displaytype=xml|node in xml] node in xml [id://436993&displaytype=xml] [id://436993&displaytype=xml] ?
[google://Perl 6|Perl 6 at Google] Perl 6 at Google N/A N/A no menu
[dict://monastery|"monastery" is ....] "monastery" is .... N/A N/A no menu
[wp://perlmonks|PerlMonks at Wikipedia] PerlMonks at Wikipedia N/A N/A no menu
[isbn://0596002890|Owl Book] Owl Book N/A N/A no menu
[c2://higher order function] higher order function N/A N/A no menu
[rfc://2616|HTTP/1.1] HTTP/1.1 N/A N/A no menu
[sf://perl blog|SourceForge search] [sf://perl blog|SourceForge search] (Oooops, the shortcut is not supported) ;-)


Open source softwares? Share and enjoy. Make profit from them if you can. Yet, share and enjoy!


In reply to Re^3: Monk Links - Copy Perlmonks-links to the clipboard in on-site-format by naikonta
in thread Monk Links - Copy Perlmonks-links to the clipboard in on-site-format by holli

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