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hi, i need little help!

I need to extract two texts that are in specific locations...

i've used the imacros to get the text and it work's perfect with this code:

TAG POS=2 TYPE=DIV EXTRACT=TXT

and

TAG POS=1 TYPE=SPAN EXTRACT=TXT

and in html code i have this:

<div class="msg">You'v entered a wrong username</div>

and

<span class="userinfo tr" style="color: #FFC500;">test</span>

and i could not do this in autoit =/

;-------

I got successfully fill out some forms, but i only can fill the first, because i do not know where i have to put these "POS"

look the imacros code:

TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:TEXT FORM=ACTION:/index.php ATTR=NAME:newName[] CONTENT=test 1
TAG POS=2 TYPE=INPUT:TEXT FORM=ACTION:/index.php ATTR=NAME:newName[] CONTENT=test 2

I tried several things, but I could not ...

can anyone help me please?

thanks a lot

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I think this is the worst problem description I've ever read.

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