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this is what it looks like in IE

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it tells you to click a certain number and i was wondering if there is a way to send a command to click it.......it changes every time the page is refreshed :)

here is the source of the box

<tr class=tb1 align=center><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=1> 1 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=2> 2 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=3> 3 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=4> 4 </a> </td></tr>
<tr class=tb1 align=center><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=5> 5 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=6> 6 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=7> 7 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=8> 8 </a> </td>
<tr class=tb1 align=center><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=9> 9 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=10> 10 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=11> 11 </a> </td><td> <a href=i.cfm?&8sho&f=lock&ln=12> 12 </a> </td>

i want to add this to another script i have so that if it ever sees the page that it needs to click numbers it will find it and click it

#include <IE.au3>
while 1
$oIE = _IEAttach("[SFU]")
$oInputs = _IETagNameGetCollection($oIE, "input")
For $oInput in $oInputs
    If String($oInput.value) = " Dig!!  " Then
        _IEAction($oInput, "click")

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_IELinkClickByText($oIE, " 3 ")


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