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Quick job - figure this out for me

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by freqout, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. freqout

    freqout Regular Member

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    Looking for someone who is good at javascript to help me figure this out. Writing a bot, got it working good, but cant figure out one value. Basically the post data looks like this:
    profileid=610867&original_message_id=0&subject=subject&message=message&x=53&y=12

    I cant figure out how x and y values are generated/set. First to figure it out gets $20. IM me your email address for the files.
     
  2. Stalli0n

    Stalli0n Junior Member

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    /EDIT: pls delete
     
  3. freqout

    freqout Regular Member

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    Really need this done, bumping up the money to $35
     
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    freqout Regular Member

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    This is done, it was a stupid mistake on my part. Stalli0n is the man!
     
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    Autumn Elite Member

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    I'm guessing that x and y are just click coordinates on the button and can just be randomly generated within the dimensions of the button.
     
  6. freqout

    freqout Regular Member

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    Yes, you would be correct, but at the end of the day that wasnt even the root cause.
     
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    sharkb88 Newbie

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    So Freq, what was the answer? Care to let a curious public in on it?
     
  8. freqout

    freqout Regular Member

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    I had set the http all as variables, one of the variables was named incorrectly, once I mapped it correct everything worked fine. As I said, it was a stupid oversight by me.