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iMacros for Firefox - repeat click on same spot

Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by SejtanovRatnik, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. SejtanovRatnik

    SejtanovRatnik Regular Member

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    I need help.

    Can anyone help me, how to setup iMacros repeat click on same spot 1000 times.

    That spot have different link each time.
     
  2. fanatik1389

    fanatik1389 Regular Member

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    Hey man. I might be able to help out. Drop me a pm.
     
  3. SejtanovRatnik

    SejtanovRatnik Regular Member

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    Still need help with this.

    For some reason I can't make iMacros to click on specific place by X / Y ( CLICK X=167 Y=160). Does anyone have idea how to do that.
     
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    i was about to recommend that, but why can't you use the X/Y position recording mode?

    a work around would be just refreshing the page x1,000, each time extract the changing url after the page loaded and open it on a new tab for instance, play the macro in loop or i'm not sure what's your end game

    if you can't get the X/Y recording mode working, you may want to use the EXTRACT=HREF command to extract the urls, just make sure you are referencing the proper element with the TAG logic, after you extracted an url, you can open it right away or save it into a .csv for instance and open it later, if you decide to save them, you'll get one url per line, the previous url won't be overwritten when a new one is saved