I'm not aware of a script for that:
I saw scripts in dynamic drive for generating popup pages on the fly, is there any way I could make a generated page like that apear in my second frame maybe??
just below the <html> tag. This must be done to all pages used in the presentation. Then a link can look like this:
<!-- saved from url=(0014)about:internet -->
Pulling that variable out is easy enough, applying it inside your OBJECT tag may be a little tricky and you may need to expand that tag to be an object/embed tag to work in Mozilla, not sure. OK, the script on the receiving page to catch this one variable could be:
<a href="VideoPlayer.html?vidList=videos/playlist.m3u">Link Text</a>
and be placed in the head of the VideoPlayer.html page. Then for your OBJECT tag, you could use document.write:
Right there in the body where the tag normally would go.
<TD align="center" width="320" padding="0" bgcolor="#000000">
document.write('<OBJECT ID="mediaPlayer" width="320" height="240"\n\
STANDBY="Loading Microsoft Windows Media Player components..."\n\
<param name="Filename" value="'+vidList+'">\n\