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I need to open a URL address which has a key at the end which opens different items. Something like a id system. ex : www.example.com/userid=1234

I want to have a shortcut in PC in a way that I can highlight any text/number and with certain shortcut key combination open above url with 1234(as in example above) replaced with highlighted text. ex : I highlight on text 8765 in some notepad and click shortcut key that copies this and replace in URL and open the same for me i.e opens www.example.com/userid=8765

How can I achieve this ?

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This can be done using AHK or NirCmd.

  • Download NirCmd and copy the executable to the Windows directory.
  • Create a desktop shortcut with the following target or command-line:

    nircmd.exe exec max "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" "http://www.example.com/userid="~$clipboard$
    
  • Assign a hotkey for the shortcut (e.g., Ctrl + Shift + W)

I've used Chrome as the example. Replace the browser executable path in the command-line accordingly.

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Assuming you are using Windows, a shortcut is Win+R Ctrl+V Enter. Opens any URL that the system recognizes.

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  • The link should contain http:// or https:// otherwise...
    – Biswapriyo
    May 5, 2019 at 15:49

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