Why not generate adblock.ini in current directory, instead of fixed path D:\Adblock\adblock.ini? Btw, if the path does not exist, the script fails. Would it be possible to accept a filename in current directory as a list that needs to be converted, so that users can download a list they need and convert it?
I'm not certain what I am doing wrong, but I can't get it to work. I receive a Windows Script error message stating that it cannot find the file even though I have the correct path set. Any suggestions?
Also, could someone upload their adblock.ini they've generated from this?
Are square brackets  allowed? (Shouldn't it read # Adblock Plus 2.0 instead?)
What about the last line accounts.google.com# @# .adwords, is this valid Adblock.ini syntax? As documentation is lacking, we can't rely on a regular ruleset for conversion (SRware this is quite annoying).