WeblocMaker
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Create .webloc and .url files.   Free
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WeblocMaker is a simple utility used for creating Mac or Windows Internet Location files. Internet Location files open a specific URL when opened, and can also be used to link to certain radio stations or whatever else you want them to. Special thanks to Simon Pride.
What's New
Version 2.0.2: Repackaged as tar.bz2, because Panther users report that the disc image was corrupt.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS 10.3 or later



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DarylF2 commented on 17 Sep 2005
Can this convert between Mac ".webloc" and Windows ".url" files?

If not, that would be a really handy features, especially if it could convert whole folders full of links at a time.
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jay3ld replied on 23 Jan 2006
That would be nice to see. i have allot of webloc files that i need to convert to url but don't have the time to open each one in ie and convert them to url.
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Downloads:6,108
Version Downloads:4,550
Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Free
Date:23 Jan 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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WeblocMaker is a simple utility used for creating Mac or Windows Internet Location files. Internet Location files open a specific URL when opened, and can also be used to link to certain radio stations or whatever else you want them to. Special thanks to Simon Pride.


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