Extract URL from Query String - Chrome Web Store
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Adds a command to the right-click context menu for links that searches for an URL encoded in the query string and, if found, open it

Supports http(s) and magnet URLs. Just right-click on a link and select the "Extract URL from Query String". If nothing happens, no link was found. This is a one-trick pony tailored for a specific use case and I'm publishing it just for fun, but suggestions are welcome.

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