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You can use (\r\n)*<script.*?/script>(\r\n)* to remove the script tags along with its leading and trailing blank lines.
I realize you are on Windows, but in the Linux/Mac OS X world one could use curl or wget if you know the target URL of a page and want to save it to a file. I see there is a Windows version of curl available here as well as other versions on the official curl site as well so maybe this would work for you if you are comfortable with the command line? For ...
U+1F60E is smiling face with sunglasses Unicode character which looks like this: Either your browser cannot display it, or it is incorrectly escaped on the actual web page you are having issues with.
It's probably possible, but it would be much easier to simply open the developer tools click the gear to open the dev tools preferences, then disable js. then the page won't load more content and you can easily scroll to the bottom and right click to inspect whatever you want.
I do it manually using chrome. Right click the gray around the item Click inspect element A developer window opens and shows the html of the popup Right click the top line and click delete node Press F12 to get rid of the developer window
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