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How to auto close IE dialogs SB slow post

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by micktastic, May 16, 2010.

  1. micktastic

    micktastic Newbie

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    Been using scrapebox for a couple of weeks now and still cant figure out how to auto close those annoying IE dialogs that appear when slow posting. I reckon its a setting in IE somewhere but cant find it. Would really appreciate a bit of help on this as it means I cant slow post with out babysitting scrapebox for the entire run :(

    Thanks
     
  2. ampie

    ampie Newbie

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    I couldn't find a method either, so I made one. I'm assuming you're getting dialog boxes with a red circle/white X? If so, I used AutoHotKey to make a macro and click the "NO" button whenever they appear.

    Attached is a zip file with 2 files. One is a compiled form of the script ("click.exe") and the other is a script in its native language ("click.ahk"). The executeable can be stand-alone, but you will need to download AutoHotKey to run the .ahk file.

    I've been running it every instance and it can be auto-pilot overnight now.

    Hope this helps! :eek:
     

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  3. micktastic

    micktastic Newbie

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    Great reply, just what I needed :)
    Haven t been able to get your files to work (sounds like different OS's, im using XP sp3) but should be able to use AutoHotKey to do one up quickly enough
     
  4. ampie

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    If the exact .ahk source doesn't work, try making one yourself by using the AutoScriptWriter when you see the error appear (I think it's based on pixels and my resolution may be different so it won't click the "NO" on your screen??).

    Don't forget the loop {} code or it won't work but once.