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Very very simple script

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by frngdrn, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. frngdrn

    frngdrn Regular Member

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    This should take less about 5 minutes for each

    I want a script that will tick all boxes on a page of a certain website and another that will click several buttons on a page.

    PM me for more info. Payment on delivery of working script. $10 for first script and then $15 when second is also delivered.

    I think price is fair but is negotiable if you think otherwise.

    Thanks
     
  2. Crazy

    Crazy Jr. Executive VIP

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    Have you tried iMacro? It's free and will do the job you're looking for efficiently.
     
  3. frngdrn

    frngdrn Regular Member

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    yes i have not used it though and i do not have the time to learn at the moment

    someone is helping me with this at the moment so no more pms please, will let you know if they do not deliver but i looks like they will

    thanks
     
  4. cyberroot

    cyberroot BANNED BANNED

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    lol i can give u one in like 10 min if its still on let me know ! thx !
     
  5. Superpower

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    Are u still looking for script???
     
  6. Crazy

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    Just wanted to hit you up and explain that iMacros is very easy. It's literally click record, simulate the motions, end recording, and save the script. At that point you just replay it as desired. If you're ever looking to feed data into it, let me know. I'm not an expert w/ it but it's pretty easy.