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Why Imacros stucks for no reason

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nickvk, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. nickvk

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    I was just wondering, imacros works well initially and then it stops or keep loading even when the webpage is already loaded and shows unrelated errors, anyone has a better alternative or a solution to this, that would be good.
     
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    SET !ERRORIGNORE YES

    makes your macro keep going despite errors. may not solve yer problem.
     
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    If u are using an imacro , try to leave it alone , stop checking it , and also its better to stop using the pc after the imarco star
     
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    You can use this statement to ignore error on imacros and keep running.
    SET !ERRORIGNORE YES
     
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  5. nickvk

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    in each actions or only once?
     
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    Only once, before the piece of code you want to execute :)

     
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    it depends where exactly you put the command, it is applicable for all actions below it (until you don't switch it off), so if you put it at the top, it will be true for all actions, but maybe it won't be able to help and the issue is related to imacros itself, not the macro

    are you talking about the standalone imacros browser or the firefox addon? i'm just asking, because if it's the former, you should try the firefox addon instead, if you don't run tasks where the standalone version is required by all means, the firefox addon runs a lot smoother, the standalone version is based on IE, go figure...
    i also experienced with the standalone version (both version 9 and 10), that if i run a macro in loop, after some loop the browser becomes unresponsive
     
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    i use mozilla firefox
     
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    any better and easy alternative available which can be set up easily and free as well ?
     
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    try the errorignore command then, if it doesn't solve the problem, update the addon to the latest version, if it's already updated, downgrade it, i had similar issues with a version before: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...8-5-freezes-you-unexpectedly-lately-read.html

    i'm not aware of anything like imacros, although you can check out autoit, winautomation or sikuli, but those are all different