I was browsing around in the old sources of WRP, how it was in older Releases, and I found an interesting point, in the beginning they tried the same as me. To gather all the links on the page with their position and sent it back as map to the client. So they gave me a handy example source how to achieve that with the headless chrome. so I build a routine which takes coordinates and sends back the URL if the coordinates are on a link. And I put that into AmiFox. But for that of course I need a Version detection because older versions or the official WRP can’t do that.
Now this works rather nicely, still thinking if I should do that always and out in the original answer html, but then it will be huge for most webpages. Atm I like this more dynamic way more, I also cache them in AmiFox so if it knows already once the position it will not ask again for these positions.
To use that besides the little text in the status bar I added a Context menu with „Download Link“ and that it no looks that empty also a „save image“ function, which just copies the temp image to an other location. Little demonstration, as usual.