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Display captcha on GUI again

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Hi there,

First of all, I know its the old topic. Unfortunately, I have been searching through the forum for hours but haven't found what I needed (there are some similar topic but that doesn't meet the requirement). That's why I create this topic just to get a little attention from you guy and please help!

I also find that displaying a captcha on GUI is not illegal as decaptching. So I think I can start this topic now.

So my question is as old as other topics, I have a GUI as a login screen with the oIE already embedded. That will trigger a connection to a login page to a website. The username and password forms can be handled easily but the website login page need to verify by typing in the captcha. How to display the captcha on the GUI? I can't make another connection to that page since it will regenerate another captcha.

So as others answered, just make a screenshot of the website and cut a piece of the web screenshot, then display it back to the GUI. For my GUI, I set my oIE as "not show" so I can't do the screenshot thing.

Another answer is to save the whole webpage but we need to send in the ctrl+S and Enter key which is unnatural and uncomfortable.

So any ideas about displaying it on the GUI?

Thank you so much for reading my topic, I know its boring though :mellow:

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Get the link to the capture image, download it and display it in your gui.

If your are asking how to get that link, then I doubt this is the correct place to do it and furthermore I dont think you will get much help, no matter how innocent you say you are.


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Hi there,

Thank you for your reply. But it is not as easy as displaying the link to the image since the captcha image is generated from a php script and the image link is also from a php script (which uses base64 to create image), there is no way that I can get the direct link (impossible) to the captcha image.

Thanks again!

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