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I have an problem and i haven't found a solution for it.

Does anyone know how to give IE browser extra POST values that it shouldn't have.

For ex, you go directly to e.g http://google.com/index.php and you wanna give it lets say

$_POST['test'] = 1; value, how can i do that ? there is no element in google.com/index.php with the name test but i wanna give it one. I know it can be done by directly connection with TCP but thats just going the wrong way, my program is based on IE.au3 already theres not much point on converting it to TCP.

Thx ahead,


No point of answering, i went on tcp... :D

Edited by Zibit

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