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Brawler

I am having trouble with this website http://omega.darkthrone.com/ for the life of me i cannot find what the form name is in the sourcecode in the examples like the hotmail one it looks for the form name of "F1" which you can find in the sourcecode but on the darkthrone website it doesent give you the name of the form does anyone know how i can find it so i can write the code to logiin

$o_form = _IEFormGetObjByName($oIE, "") returns a not found error beacuse i cannnot see the form name is .

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DaleHohm

I am having trouble with this website http://omega.darkthrone.com/ for the life of me i cannot find what the form name is in the sourcecode in the examples like the hotmail one it looks for the form name of "F1" which you can find in the sourcecode but on the darkthrone website it doesent give you the name of the form does anyone know how i can find it so i can write the code to logiin

$o_form = _IEFormGetObjByName($oIE, "") returns a not found error beacuse i cannnot see the form name is .

You'll want to use _IEFormGetCollection - it allows you to select a form by index (0-based, source code order) rather than name.

Dale


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