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Tutorial - How to post links in Solitaire Blitz Free Links Exchange thread

by Elliott Soh - May 17, 2012 Star_s1,237 views


Hi everyone,

I'm sure you are well aware about the new Free Links Exchange thread in Solitaire Blitz section. This is a quick and easy tutorial to posting links on that thread. Do keep in mind that the links will last for 1 month from the time of post.

Also do note the forum guidelines at

Thanks and happy sharing!

The following tutorial was created using Google Chrome:

If you find it rather time consuming or tiresome clicking all those links on the forum, here is how you may do it with some nifty keyboard shortcuts:

1. Hover your mouse over one link.
2. Hold Ctrl key on your keyboard, and select that link to open the link in a new tab on your browser (rather than right-clicking the link and selecting Open link in New Tab or Window). DO NOT MOVE THE MOUSE YET.
3. Still holding down Ctrl key, press Page Down (or PgDn on some keyboards) to view the new opened tab.
4. Still holding down Ctrl key, wait for the page to load up before hitting the W key to close that tab.
5. Now, move your mouse cursor up from that link you previously opened.
Repeat steps 1 through 5 for each link.

Note: If you come to the top of the page and you need to move it up and bookmark an area, highlight with the mouse the last link you just opened. Then, move the page up by mouse or the Up arrow key, and continue from the link above your bookmarked text.

Alternatively, enable this script in your browser:

The link will appear in the Share dialogue top text field.

Note: For Google Chrome and Firefox (Greasemonkey plugin required). Verified safe (MD5 Hash Code: ff13953f82447babb56db6b32bf70d8c).

Credits: Vasil Martinov (Code Writer) & Swapnil G. Enjoyin.


Hope that will make things easier for you now.

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Replies (6)

Jean Baty Chisholm - Jun 14, 2012

Is there a way to go back to the ones that I have already shared and copy the link or can it only be done at the time I share it with someone?

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