I have a folder called "Comics". It contains 48 bookmarks. Some of them are DeviantArt links, some of them are static comic page links like "thiscomic.com/page=100". Both…
I have a folder called "Comics". It contains 48 bookmarks. Some of them are DeviantArt links, some of them are static comic page links like "thiscomic.com/page=100". Both of them frequently update and I manually copy the link from address bar and update the bookmark.
I thought that using command prompt with command line [CODE] "D:\Software\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -new-window "http://www.tumblr.com/following" TIMEOUT /T 10 "D:\Software\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" "next comic" /CODE would solve the problem, until I realized that I need to edit THAT file then. And it would be out of sync with the folder I'm using.
I could either do the double work of updating the folder contents AND the .bat file contents or throw that idea away and keep clicking the folder to manually open all tabs (with the warning). Which actually negates the time saving that I'd have if it all opened automatically.
I could try using mouse macro, but if I move anything, it'd become wrong and I'd need to re-build the macro. Command Prompt has more stability in this case.