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Copy All Links – This lightweight Firefox add-on allows you to copy all the links on a web page, or only the ones in selection. It also allows you to choose whether to copy all the links or only download links. It supports direct file links as well as the links to the most popular file download sites. It is also able to copy non-clickable text links on the pages.

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Apparcar – About 30% of drivers circulating the streets of your city are looking for parking. With Apparcar you no longer have to rely on luck to find a free space and you will save time, fuel and money. The site solves a serious problem affecting urban mobility, energy consumption, air pollution levels and quality of life. Find the closest free spot to your destination and pay conveniently using their free app.

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PandaDoc – is all about building an easier, more logical way to handle documents. Have you ever sent a document and simply waited for it to be signed, never knowing anything more? PandaDoc tracks your documents, letting you know who has looked at what, when, and then gives you detailed analytics to help you plan your next move. Use e-signature to get things signed off on quickly, easily and securely.

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PDF to Excel – is a site that converts PDF files into Microsoft Excel files. All you need to do is upload the PDF file onto the website, and the converted Excel file will be emailed to you. The table data in the PDF will be accurately represented in both row and column structure in the Excel format.

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Web Curfew – the unlimited free-to-use version of WebCurfew provides the powerful feature of an Internet Off / On switch. WebCurfew shows you every device in your home that is sharing your internet connection and allows you to manually turn internet access off and on for each individually, simply by logging into your personalized and secure WebCurfew Control Panel and clicking a button.

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  1. Patty Barns
    October 5, 2013 at 2:19 am

    Re: Copy All Links.
    Why does someone want to copy a link? I can see copying an image, article, or even a page. But why just a link that's subject to change at any time?
    Just curious.

    • Mark O
      October 5, 2013 at 8:13 am

      Well someone like me for example. If I am reviewing everything on a webpage, being able to copy all the links instantly, so I can then open them all, would be invaluable. Saves a lot of clicking.

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