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Any MACRO GURUS here?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by laur.laurix, Feb 15, 2019.

  1. laur.laurix

    laur.laurix Senior Member

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    I'm using Jitbit Macro recorder to target a website with dynamic content. The macro I created work's great if the elements I need are found in the page but if those element are not found, hence dynamic content, it's useless because I have to reset it by hand.

    I need a macro recorder, where I can add a rule "if the element is not found do this". Can I add something like this in Jitbit?

    Where can I find a macro recorder with a rule like the above? Any other solution for my problem?

    Thanks!
     
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    laur.laurix Senior Member

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    Bump?
     
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    Have you tried to submit your question here: https://support.jitbit.com/helpdesk/ ? I remember asking them like few months ago about a simple issue I had with the delay options and they answered me in 24h.

    btw It's nice to see that people are still using Jitbit. I thought I was the only one retard automating stuff with it lol. Unfortunately I'm using it for way simpler tasks and have 0 clue if it's even possible to do this.
     
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    If it supports java, it supports "if then else" operations. If not, then not.

    If you can't seem to get it to work, try iMacros Enterprise Edition, which supports javascript. Depending on how dynamic the data is, you don't necessarily need to use java. The asterisk wildcard can be used in the place of the dynamic part of an element.
     
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  5. laur.laurix

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    Sent them 2 emails......0 answers. Will try again.

    P.S: Only smart people use Jitbit :)


     
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    Jitbit has "if else" statement but I can't get it to work......maybe someone here make it work?

     
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    I just figure out the issue myself........if u use Jitbit and target dynamic content when you use if statements don't fucking forget to use the "end if" statement and a fucking label inside the "if" and the "end if" so the macro can jump if the element is not present.