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HTML Form Parser is a utility to parse the output of HTML forms. You would get the output mailed to you, for example, and the extension will parse all the nasty little ASCII codes for non-alpha characters into characters.
I use it in combination with Eudora. If I get just one message, I copy it from Eudora and run the Parser on it. If there are several, I save them to one text file, then open it in BBEdit and run the Parser on the file.
With the new versions, you could use Frontier or AppleScript to automatically parse any message whose subject is "Form Posted from Mozilla", or have your web server itself call a cgi script that did the parsing.
There are three versions of the parser.
parser10b3.sit (36.16 KiB / 37.03 KB)
HTML Form Parser 1.0b3 / compressed w/ Stuffit
Contains source code and resource files.
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II