I assume it’s rtfd, of course. But it doesn’t look like rtf and so I am guessing it must be encoded to be XML safe.
It looks a little like Base64 encoding, but I tried it in an online Base64 decoder with no luck.
What is it and how can it be decoded? I am interested in being able to feed it into a script, decode it, and extract links (either from rtf, or by using
textutil to convert the rtf to html and extract from there).
Most links can of course be found in the
links block. But not links dragged into the text pane of note that haven’t then been manually converted to a Web Link. Hence the interest in plumbing the mysteries of the