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scripteros

hello!

I want to automate Firefox (what ever I can do with Firefox, save/extract/copy text/links/files/graphics, input data, navigate, bookmark etc, with specific triggers, etc)

and manipulate the webpages as they show (remove elements, etc)

can you confirm the below is the best way is this?

http://english.documentation.ff-au3.thorsten-willert.de/

also, is it complete or there is an update version somewhere?

last, does this include all mozrepl functions/commands/abilities?

thanks!

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hello!

I want to automate Firefox (what ever I can do with Firefox, save/extract/copy text/links/files/graphics, input data, navigate, bookmark etc, with specific triggers, etc)

and manipulate the webpages as they show (remove elements, etc)

can you confirm the below is the best way is this?

http://english.documentation.ff-au3.thorsten-willert.de/

Atm, yes it is.

also, is it complete or there is an update version somewhere?

You can get the lastest version from the same website.

last, does this include all mozrepl functions/commands/abilities?

MozRepl is only a link between the browser and your autoit script, it executes the javascript that you send to it.

So there is the most important functions to manipulate Firefox, and you can of course create your owns.

Br, FireFox.


 

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scripteros

after reading it a bit, I couldnt find these:

1) how can I make autoit wait until a specific element appears/loads?

2) how can I make autoit do something if a specific element appears/loads?

3) in some webpages (eg. new gmail), after you click a button, the whole webpage doesnt reload, but a part of it reloads and shows new data, how can autoit wait for this to happen and detect that it completed?

4) in some webpages, links or buttons open a new webpage, but you cannot open them in new tab, is there a way that autoit can open them in a new tab?

any help?

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JohnOne

I'd be willing to wage that most if not all of your question are answered.

I do not have the time to search for them, but I suggest you try a few simpler search terms

to try and find some answers.


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scripteros

okay, knowing that autoit can do these, is enough for now, thanks

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scripteros

couldnt find anything yet, any help?

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scripteros

anyone???

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scripteros

any help????

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scripteros

??????!!!!!!!!

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RichardL

Have you seen Have you found the FF.au3 help? There's lots of info, perhaps not organised to make it easy to find what you want. I know that most/all you want is possible, usually easily.

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