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RSFind! Mod 220.127.116.11-signed.1-signed
A management tool for links to files on 56 & counting hosting services. RSFind! Mod scans the currently webpage(s) for links and then lets you manage (open, copy etc.) them.
Updated by leezer3 from original by tartoufo1973
About this Add-on
It's basic purpose is to find both live and plain-text links on the current webpage(s), and from there select the files you want, and manage them. Currently, you're able to either copy the links RSFind! Mod finds to the clipboard, or to open them in new tabs.
In addition to this, RSFind! Mod will attempt to fix any broken or obsfucated links before presenting you with the final results.
By using the copy to clipboard function, it's possible to pass the links you have found to your preferred downloadmanager. (For this, you really require a download manager with a clipboard watching function)
RSFind! Mod is licensed under the GPL.
RSFind! Mod currently supports these locales:
Please send any further to me, and I'll do my best to add them ASAP.
(V1.5.5+)- RSFind! Mod now supports the use of the hotkey CTRL+ALT+S to trigger a search using your currently selected options.
This addon is a fork from the original RSFind! by tartoufo1973.
I initially forked in April 2009, as nothing was being updated and new filehosts were coming onto the scene.
Since then, I've spent a lot of time on adding both new filehosts, and fighting a constant battle with link obsfucators, and I hope that this addon will prove useful for you!
If you find a page with links that RSFind! Mod isn't picking up, or would like a new filehost added, please mail me, and I'll see what I can do.
* When a search is triggered within a Mediafire folder, all links are now picked up correctly. (This will also improve recognition of Mediafire links which have been copied from within a folder to elsewhere)