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iMacro Login w/ Firefox Instagram Issues

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  1. plosion

    plosion Newbie

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    Curious if anyone has experience logging into IG with iMacros on firefox. I've been trying to have it login for me for a couple days now. Imacros will step through to the login page, fill out the form fields (username and password), and press the submit button - all with 5 second delays between actions. But, if i open up the POST requests that are fired off to IG, the username and password variables are blank. They populate in the browser visibly, but the JS sending it doesnt pull my values. I did notice they randomize their element layout. I was thinking about using directscreen input, but FF doesnt seem to support it and chrome wont run on the box i want to use. Any suggestions or example code would be appreciated.


    -- Examples

    TAB T=1
    URL GOTO=IGLink
    WAIT SECONDS=5
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=A ATTR=TXT:Log<SP>in
    WAIT SECONDS=5
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:TEXT FORM=NAME:NoFormName ATTR=NAME:username CONTENT=test
    SET !ENCRYPTION NO
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:pASSWORD FORM=NAME:NoFormName ATTR=NAME:password CONTENT=test
    WAIT SECONDS=5
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=BUTTON FORM=NAME:NoFormName ATTR=TXT:Log<SP>in


    TAB T=1
    URL GOTO=IGLink
    WAIT SECONDS=5
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=A ATTR=TXT:Log<SP>in
    WAIT SECONDS=5
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:TEXT FORM=NAME:NoFormName ATTR=TYPE:text&&DATA-REACTID:&&VALUE:&&PLACEHOLDER:Username&&NAME:username&&MAXLENGTH:30&&AUTOCORRECT:eek:ff&&AUTOCAPITALIZE:eek:ff&&ARIA-REQUIRED:true&&ARIA-LABEL:Username&&ARIA-DESCRIBEDBY:&&CLASS:_kp5f7<SP>_qy55y CONTENT=test
    SET !ENCRYPTION NO
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:pASSWORD FORM=NAME:NoFormName ATTR=NAME:password CONTENT=test
    WAIT SECONDS=5
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=BUTTON FORM=NAME:NoFormName ATTR=TXT:Log<SP>in