To generate one or several SN lists for various countries, start by opening KaZuperNodes from your Kazaa Lite "Tools" menu. Run the following process using KZN (short for KaZuperNodes). Repeat this process on different SuperNode connection lists until you are satisfied with its results or you are exhausted, which ever occurs first. It can start from any connected Node, even if that node is just a Client rather than a SuperNode.
Here's how to run the process:
First verify the current status of all listed node candidates by clicking the button next to the list form showing a "lightning strike" icon. Until the current status checking process is finished, all the other buttons will be changed to a gray "unavailable for use" appearance. Be patient. When processing is done, they will change back to their higher contrast "available for use" appearance. Then update and correct currently reported country address tags by clicking on the next button showing a "flash light" icon. I have often seen country tags for specific new listings change during country address updates. The buttons will "gray out" again because this is another processing activity. Next, sort this list first by Status, then by Country. Perform these sorts by clicking on the words "Status" then "Country" at the top of the form's column headings. Sorting all candidates into groups by country and status is really fast and saves time. SuperNodes are shown as an S on a green circle. Connected Clients are shown as a C on a yellow circle. Unconnected Clients are shown as a ? on a red circle. Next, use this displayed information to select which of these you want to add to your SuperList by highlighting that group. The fastest way to highlight any desired sorted group is to first left-click on either the top or bottom listed IP, then while holding down either shift key, left-click on the other (top or bottom) group IP. This is faster than holding down the Control key while left-clicking on every candidate in a long list. Next right click on any highlighted listing to reveal a menu from which you select "Add highlighted entries to SuperList." Don't worry that some of these listings may already appear in your SuperList because KaZuperNodes is smart enough to limit listings to one entry for each IP address. If you still want more new listings, repeat this process after connecting to another node. I think capturing SuperNode connection lists is better than starting with randomly selected Connected Clients, but I'm not sure if that's true. Perhaps FTFakes who wrote KZN will comment.
Here's how to connect to a new SuperNode. Decide on a list candidate you like based on location, connect speed, name preference, numerology, or what ever appeals to you. If a SuperNode operator names their node "FBI" I don't necessarily believe it's an FBI operation, but I'm unlikely to go out of my way to connect my P2P software to it. You make your own decisions. Then left-double-click on that candidate listing which will copy its address into the KZN lower right side address box. Just above that address box is another button showing the same "lightning strike" icon. Left-click on that button to reconfirm its current status. If it comes back reconfirming SuperNode status, click on the next button to the left to attempt connecting to that as a new SuperNode. Sometimes connecting requires several attempts. If it won't connect, try another candidate. When a new SuperList is connected, you will see its connections appear in the form list on the left. Now you're ready to start all over again. Each time you run it, you'll usually capture new SuperNodes which is how lists are built. Keep changing to new SuperNodes and capturing each one's SuperNode contact list, sort, screen, select and save to SuperList until you get as many newly verified SuperNode IPs as you want or your patience allows. When you have a nice long list of future candidates, for crying in the beer SAVE IT! I save both Favorites (saved in *.kzf format) and the new SuperList (saved in *.kzn format).
Many descriptions contain assumptions which prevent some readers from following what's being explained. I wrote this in an attempt to allow as many readers as possible to track the explanation. I apologize to those who feel this approach explained steps they thought too obvious to merit explanation. But never before has the need for preserving useable SuperNode contact lists been greater. Any contained errors are my fault, whereas the real credit for making this possible is owing to FTFakes.