Hello, I've grown my personal account for months with an homemade bot, which purpose was only to like pics. Pretty simple, but it was very effective, as the method was more elaborated under the hood. Everything went fine until recently, when Instagram decided to suspend the clients I created with different accounts to run it because it made too many requests. I must admit something I recently added in my code was wrong, and made me do a lot more API calls than it was normally supposed to. And since it was based on the public API, nothing protected me from potential bans. So I finally decided to give a try to Follow Liker. Sadly, I can't seem to be able to reproduce the behavior of my now useless bot. What I'm trying to do is: I want to get the actual followings of a specific user, get the most recent pic published by one of them (as if I was following them myself, so the latest pic of all those accounts), get the last 100 or less users who already liked it, and like their latest photo each. So it would like the most recent pic of the most recent liker, then the most recent pic of the 2nd most recent liker and so on. Every few minutes, the main 'feed' would be refreshed, so as someone posts a new photo, FL refreshes the list of recent likers of this pic, then repeat the whole process. And, of course, the idea is to avoid liking a picture which has already been liked earlier. I read the official user guide multiple times, tried everything I could with the FLC method, but I find the interface very confusing and it seems to be impossible to do what I'd like. So I'm relying on you and hope someone could actually help me with this (unique?) method. If a part of it must to be done manually, that would be great too? I think of the whole thing about getting the actual followings of an account, for instance. Thank you very much!