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Need To Push a Button With Autoit or Javascript

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I need to click this button

<td class="x-btn-mc"><em class="" unselectable="on"><button class="x-btn-text " type="button" style="position: relative; width: 49px;" tabindex="0" aria-describedby="x-auto-5" aria-disabled="false">Next<img onload="this.__gwtLastUnhandledEvent=&quot;load&quot;;" src="http://tweepi.com/js/tweepigxt/clear.cache.gif" style="width: 16px; height: 16px; position: absolute; left: 0.15625px; top: 0px; background: url(http://tweepi.com/js/tweepigxt/67791A54F68E6C387B9AEF4E96FFB252.cache.png) -274px 0px no-repeat;" border="0" role="presentation" class=" x-btn-image"></button></em></td>

 with autoit or with javascript  Like:

document.getElementsByid('x-auto-51').click() ;doesnt work
  document.getElementsByClassName('x-btn-text ').click() ;doesnt work

 

can somebody help me with this one please

Edited by Arclite86

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Use

_IEAction()

You'll need to get the obj first though.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

 

aria-describedby="x-auto-5"

I have no clue either..

Edited by MikahS

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Im only using firefox because some features dont work in IE (like:Greacemonkey)

I found "x-auto-51" in firefox inspector in the extra info

I also tried 

document.getElementsByClassName('x-auto-5').click()

and

document.getElementsByid('x-auto-5').click()

but that dint work either

does somebody know the solution?

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Post your script.


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Post your script.

 

This is the part where its about

With autoit

_FFOpenURL("http://tweepi.com/tools/flush#40")
_FFLoadWait()
$oButton2 = _FFXPath("//input [@type='button']") ;pushed a button with Greacemonkey
_FFClick($oButton2)
_FFLoadWait()
Sleep(1000)

$oButton3 = _FFXPath("//td [@class='x-btn-mc']")  
_FFClick($oButton3)                                 ; trying to push next button (on the page)


_FFOpenURL("http://tweepi.com/tools/flush#60") ; when I go to another page I get an error 

Creating extra button on the page with Greacemonkey

// ==UserScript==
// @name        next
// @namespace   tweepi
// @description tweepi6
// @include     http://tweepi.com/*
// @version     1
// @grant       none
// ==/UserScript==

function myFunction () {

    document.getElementsByClassName('x-btn-text ').click()
}

var input=document.createElement("input");
input.type="button";
input.id="button888";
input.class="button";
input.value="Button888";
input.onclick = myFunction;
document.body.appendChild(input);

When I push this  button manual nothing happens.

I dont know if this is the right javascript command?

Edited by Arclite86

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