Edit: Unfortunately, the images originally included in this post are gone, because of hosting problems in late 2009. My apologies.
Kazehakase can be more fun than a bag of cats. Here’s something nifty you can do with it, with a minimum of effort.
Take a look at this right-click menu (this is version 0.5.1 on Arch, so a different release might have a slightly different menu — I’m not sure). See the “Copy in User Format” menu?
Click on “Preferences…” You should get the “Copy Format Editor” menu, which looks like this at first.
Click on “Add,” and you’ll get a blank entry. Then click on “Title” and change that to “HTML link.” Don’t forget to press return after you type it, or it won’t be entered.
Now change the “Format” entry to what you see in this picture.
The code should be
<a href="%u%" />%t%\n
but with a closing tag for the anchor, just before the line feed. For some reason that tag gets eaten by WordPress.com. Sigh. Either way, be sure to hit return so the code is accepted, then press OK.
Now for the fun part. Right-click on any link. Select “Copy in User Format” again, but this time select “HTML link.”
Nothing happened, did it? That’s what you think. Now open a text editor and paste into place.
Kind of neat, huh? It’s probably not a very good example, since it would be easier to just open the page source and copy it out of there, but I think you can probably see the utility in it. It doesn’t have to be an HTML format, since the link and the title could be used however you see fit.
P.S.: I’m sure you can probably do something like this with Firefox too, but … I wouldn’t know because I don’t use it.