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You should explicitly put a slash "/" after the host name, ie http://localhost/?e=VGhpcyBpcyBhIGJvcmluZyBleGFtcGxlIHRlc3Qu Without the trailing / character after localhost, Mail treats the entire url as a hostname, which is case-insensitive.
In case anyone else is wondering, for me, as of November '15, Mr. Gruneich's answer, without the 'pro' as in launch://?url=[action:170] works, comes in handy for including Launch Center Pro actions in the Launcher notification gadget. Many thanks for the original answer, trying to figure out the part after '?' was driving me crazy.
The command line is easier (http://superuser.com/a/168625): Use wget -i urls.txt An alternate way, using this answer, using Extract URLs from text, then Download URLs. Save it as a service. Select all URLs, right click > Services > Download URLs
To use the following method, you will need to install wget Make a file with the extension .sh in the same directory as your file containing the links and add this text to it: mkdir ~/Desktop/download while read line; do wget -E -H --directory-prefix=/Users/username/Desktop/download -k -p $line; done < file.txt cd ~/Desktop/download Make sure to ...
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