"Schlomo55" <Schlomo55.email@example.com> wrote in message news:Schlomo55.firstname.lastname@example.org...
> I'd like to use the Links link that I placed when in IE 7, that allowed
> me to "snipe" an eBay item. The link comes from the Esnipe.com site.
> From its site, you can drag a "Snipe It" button to the Links bar (on IE
> 7) and use it to automatically copy the eBay item number into Esnipe's
> auction bid page.
> I suspect that the link is really an application (or a
> shortcut to an application) that does the automatic copy for you.
Why not do a right-click Properties and avoid speculation? ; )
> So, a
> favorite/bookmark to the web site, itself, just doesn't do the trick.
> Any ideas?
Your problem/question is unclear IMO.
FWIW the Desktop shortcut (AKA .lnk file) that I drag-and-dropped
from my Desktop to the IE7 Links bar to prove the redundancy of
the Read Mail button on the Command bar still works in IE8. <eg>
I also have other filetypes there which still work, such as position.url
Companion search), so I don't think you need to feel that you are
restricted to saving Internet shortcuts there, if that is what you are
trying to say.
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