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[TOOL] FACEBOOK EVENT INVITE CODE (Chrome Only)

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by evolutionjoe, Oct 20, 2014.

  1. evolutionjoe

    evolutionjoe Newbie

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    NEW CODE!! for EVENT invites only on the NEW LAYOUT! (only tested on my account using CHROME, let me know if it doen't work on yours!)

    Instructions:
    1. Click Invite Friends on whatever you are inviting people to
    2. Make sure All Friends is selected on the left!
    3. Scroll ALL the way down until names stop loading (I found it easy to click the first name and then hold down the spacebar or Page Down button)
    4. For EVENTS Copy this code:
    javascript:var inputs = document.getElementsByClassName('_1v30');
    for(var i=0; i<inputs.length;i++) {
    inputs.click();
    }

    5. Past the code into the URL bar of your browser (where you type website addresses), but WAIT! Check the beginning of the URL bar and make sure the word "javascript:" is there, if it is not, TYPE IT IN! A lot of browsers automatically delete the "javascript:" portion. Press enter.
    6. For large friends list, this may utilize all your resources and will cause the page to freeze and be unresponsive. Just wait a few minutes until all the names get selected.

    Note this is pretty slow since facebook changed it to list format... not sure on how to speed this up. Hope this helps.
     
  2. helpinghand

    helpinghand BANNED BANNED

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    Does your chrome seems like it freeze ?
     
  3. sashablack

    sashablack Elite Member

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    I would be careful with this if you don't know what your doing ... OP's 1st post !

    -Sasha
     
  4. helpinghand

    helpinghand BANNED BANNED

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    By reading the code i realize there is nothing strange. Just a for loop to end, and id function. So it might be safe.
     
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