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Very Simple iMacros Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by appage, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. appage

    appage Newbie

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    Hi, if this is the wrong forum for this please feel free to flame me and point me in the right direction

    im trying to run a macro that will autopost to a vbulletin. This vbulletin needs you to have a certain amount of posts before u can post links..

    anyways..they have a thread where they are trying to count to a million replies and i want to create a macro that will reply every 60 (post limit) with the next number

    this is what i have so far and it works once. I have the next 100 or so numbers they are trying to count in the input.csv file and it posts that first number but it doesnt go on to refresh and post again...



    Code:
    VERSION BUILD=6700624 RECORDER=FX
    TAB T=1
    SET !DATASOURCE input.csv
    SET !DATASOURCE_COLUMNS 1
    SET !DATASOURCE_LINE {{!LOOP}}
    URL GOTO=cant post the link
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=TEXTAREA FORM=NAME:vbform ATTR=ID:vB_Editor_QR_textarea CONTENT={{!COL1}}
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:SUBMIT FORM=ID:qrform ATTR=ID:qr_submit
    WAIT SECONDS=15
    

    is it a coding problem or is there a setting im missing?

    thanks
     
  2. heavyweight

    heavyweight Junior Member Premium Member

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    I don't understand the issue very well but I'll try to help.
    So the macro is executed only once.
    You need to use the Play(Loop) button to run it in a loop. Set the max value to the number of entries in the csv file.
     
  3. appage

    appage Newbie

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    damn i feel dumb. I thought for some odd reason that it would continue to post the same number if I enabled that option.

    Thanks man
     
  4. heavyweight

    heavyweight Junior Member Premium Member

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    No problem dude. IMacros is excellent, you can do a lot of stuff there.
     
  5. Meres

    Meres Junior Member

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    took me a while to figure out the same issue lol, was kicking myself also :p
     
  6. appage

    appage Newbie

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    actually i have another question you experts might be able to help me with

    in my code i have the wait seconds set to 45...basically i'm wondering if there is a code that will count how long the entire process takes and makes it wait until it reaches 60 seconds total.

    the forum makes you wait 60 seconds inbetween posts. I would like the macro to only wait if the process has took under 60 seconds. I'm running it through a proxy so the time always varies, which is why the wait seconds code isn't efficient.

    any clue?


    thanks yall
     
  7. heavyweight

    heavyweight Junior Member Premium Member

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    Please understand that while IMacros is a cool thing it is also very limited.
    To do this you'll have to integrate/connect the Imacro code with another language:
    javascript, java, vb etc.
     
  8. ziqziq

    ziqziq Newbie

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    Hello appage, could you better explain i dont understand what do you want
    in your csv file if you have numbers it seems that its what you are posting and with the loop you will post all them peerhaps coulmd you show with what url exactly you need help
     
  9. hunthunt

    hunthunt Newbie

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    make the
    WAIT SECONDS=15
    to
    WAIT SECONDS=65
    or more
     
  10. hunthunt

    hunthunt Newbie

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    it looks like you want to post x time reply then go to the link page and post your link.
    my stupid way is:
    just example
    ====
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    Url goto=xxxx
    post reply
    wait seconds=60
    url goto=post link
    post link