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    Proxomitron filter(s?)

    Okay, I just engineered up a filter to Proxomitron (http://proxomitron.cjb.net) and I'd like to share it with you. You have all ran to those "Index of /foo" pages, right? Well, if the file names are long the browser cuts them with "..>". If they begin with the same string, it's a pain to try to know which file is which.
    Here's the solution: copy the code below to your *.cfg -file under [Patterns] (eg. it's a 'Web Page Filter').
    Code:
    Name = "File name extractor"
    Active = TRUE
    Bounds = "*..\>"
    Limit = 512
    Match = "\2"
    Replace = "\1"
    I hope someone finds this useful. I haven't tested it with other than IE but I suppose it works with any browser, at least with very minor changes.

    It would also be great to see some of your filters here so please post them.
    Q: Why do computer scientists confuse Christmas and Halloween?
    A: Because Oct 31 = Dec 25

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    Awesome man, thanks for posting. I'll check it out when I get home.

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    OK so here's my newest filter. As the name says, it kills the interrupting and irritating "Yahoo! Groups is paid by advertising. Continue to message." -pages. The side-effect is that if you when in the message click "back" in your browser, it takes you to the ad-page which then relocates you back to the message. This can be (if you saw the ad-page blinking there before the message) solved by double-clicking the back-button or opening the menu from the back button.
    Put the filter to your .cfg-file under the [Patterns] again.

    Code:
    Name = "Yahoo! Groups ad-killer"
    Active = TRUE
    URL = "groups.yahoo.com*"
    Bounds = "Continue to message"
    Limit = 256
    Match = "Continue to message"
    Replace = "<script>document.location="\1"</script>Now continuing to message!"
    Q: Why do computer scientists confuse Christmas and Halloween?
    A: Because Oct 31 = Dec 25

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    hehe zeroone u owe me for that last one hehe
    j/k
    i got a few for antionline ie my pirate flag and a few links that i thought were needed hehehe thats for u negative
    RiOtEr

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    Not anymore, RiOtEr.
    Just post your filters too. It might be better to put them in as a file if there are many of them, I thought that I could post these individuals in the message itself.
    Q: Why do computer scientists confuse Christmas and Halloween?
    A: Because Oct 31 = Dec 25

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    1st: I do realize that this is an old thread. I didn't want to start a new thread as this one is still perfectly valid and servers my purposes the most.

    So here are my newest filters. It's actually supposed to be one filter only but as Proxo doesn't support any IF-THEN -statements I had to split it.

    The first one just adds title="" attribute for any \1@\2"
    Replace = "\1@\2"

    Name = "Email Links adjustion: add (@)'s"
    Active = TRUE
    URL = "*"
    Limit = 1024
    Match = "\1"
    Replace = "(@)\1(@)"
    [/CODE]

    EDIT/ADD: And read Negative's great Proxomitron tutorial, if you haven't read it already.
    Q: Why do computer scientists confuse Christmas and Halloween?
    A: Because Oct 31 = Dec 25

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