The Problem:

What happens when you are reading a page filled with links to other pages (many, many links). For instance, the one below...

...and you want to take a look at a list of all of those links and then decide which to retrieve.

Use SlipKnot's "Get All Links" menu item and you get...

The Solution

...A list of all of the links inside this page appears:

What you see:

  1. There are a total of 25 links.
  2. You've already selected 4 of them.
  3. 1st column: contains a "+" for any links you've selected for retrieval.
  4. 2nd column: "Yes" means that the link points to a page at the same site (as the original document).
  5. 3rd column: is the text that is underlined in the original document (the author's way of describing the link).
  6. 4th column: the URL (if it is too long then the beginning and end are shown).
  7. Explanation Button: As one many other SlipKnot screens, we'll explain the options by pressing this Help button.

What you can do:

Why this feature?

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