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handlelinks settings - (patch)

Test Cases:

Scheme:Using default text:With explicit text:
acronym://Acronym Finderacronym
apc://Perl Source Code (git)apc
c2://Wiki Wiki Webc2
cpan://CPANcpan
dict://Dict.orgdict
dist://CPANdist
doc://Perl documentationdoc
docs://Perl documentationdocs
e2://Everything2e2
ftp://[ftp://]ftp
google://Googlegoogle
href://[href://]href
http://[http://]http
https://[https://]https
id://[id://]id
imdb://IMDBimdb
isbn://ISBN isbn
jargon://The Jargon Filejargon
kobe://Kobesearchkobe
kobes://Kobesearchkobes
link://[href://]link
lj://LiveJournallj
lucky://Googlelucky
mod://CPANmod
module://CPANmodule
pad://my scratchpadpad
perldoc://Perl documentationperldoc
rt://RT.CPANrt
wb://Wikibookswb
wikipedia://Wikipediawikipedia
wp://Wikipediawp
wq://Wikiquotewq
ws://Wikisourcews

In reply to Let shortcut types have useful behavior in the parameterless case - Patch and Test Cases by jdporter
in thread Let shortcut types have useful behavior in the parameterless case by jdporter

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