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extension request Open multiple links using drag & drop

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Please add back this great feature to Maxthon.
 
"Select more than one link, drag and drop them, And they open in the same time, Great in Galleries, The best thing that it ignores the normal text between each link"
 

 

It was my favorite feature from Maxthon 2. I hope it will be added to Maxthon again.

 

Bookmarklet:

javascript:a=getSelection().getRangeAt(0).cloneContents().querySelectorAll('a[href]');for(b=0;b<a.length;b++){a[b].target='_blank';a[b].click()}
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There you go, a bookmarkletjavascript:a=getSelection().getRangeAt(0).cloneContents().querySelectorAll('a');for(b=0;b

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+1 for this feature.

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SWFlash0 replied at 2014-12-27 21:48

There you go, a bookmarklet

 

Thank you. Is there option to work in frame?

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Why this bookmarklet doesn't work now?

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This is weird. Works fine on the maxthon sites, but not anywhere else?

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It looks like new bug.

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It looks like new bug.

 

After some more playing around it seems it's working fine, just that the Popup Blocker is doing it's job too well! Went back to version 4.4.5.1000 to see when it stopped working, only to notice the popup blocker counter increase. It's always the weirdest things! Not sure why it works on MX sites, unless the popup blocker is disabled for these sites even though it still shows as enabled?

 

Was hoping to extension-ify it, (it actually works well + a context menu option). But unless there's a way to make it bypass the popup blocker without having to disable it, it's pretty much useless.

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