A plugin is not a program (you know, app).
My favorite download manager is FlashGet. There are thousands of free
download managers. If you want FlashGet here is the publisher:
The 7z archive or the installer package (npfg11.exe) contain the files
needed for a K-Meleon plugin. Plugins are like a set of directions pointing
to a program.
If you run the installer you might be confused. Don't be. The files in the
7z archive or npff11.exe are identical. The installer says its for Opera.
The same files are used for K-Meleon. That why it's listed here:
Thankfully, no one has to be an expert on plugin creation to add these files
to a browser.
JohnHell, I'm a little confused by your macro example. Honestly, I'm looking
for a complete kmm file or a macro I can copy and paste into a text editor.
Similar to the macros listed here:
I'm a partner in a business. Over many years I've created a long list of
scripts that automate repetative processes. Without these scripts we would
go out of business!
The only macro in the Context Menu "Send Link To" is IE. I opened ie.kmm in
a text editor, hoping I could use it as a template for a FlashGet macro. Since
I have never created a macro for K-Meleon, it could be a very long and tedious
process before I get it right.
I need a complete macro with all the correct syntax. I just don't have the
time right now to learn the K-Meleon macro language.