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homemade

I'm trying to paste what's in my clipboard into the subject line of a new forum post.

This is what I have so far(from searching around)

$oIE = _IECreate ("http://www.edgeofnowhere.cc/posting.php?mode=newtopic&f=83")
$oTags = $oIE.document.getElementsByTagName('input')
For $oTag in $oTags
    If $oTag.className = 'subject' Then
        $Text = _IEPropertyGet($oTag,'innertext')
        ExitLoop
    EndIf
Next

I think assigning the field in javascript involves .value but I'm not familiar with javascript.

I'm stuck because I can't quite figure out how to assign a value to the field.

I tried googling some javascript examples but I don't know enough to incorporate it into autoit.

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I'm trying to paste what's in my clipboard into the subject line of a new forum post.

This is what I have so far(from searching around)

$oIE = _IECreate ("http://www.edgeofnowhere.cc/posting.php?mode=newtopic&f=83")
$oTags = $oIE.document.getElementsByTagName('input')
For $oTag in $oTags
    If $oTag.className = 'subject' Then
        $Text = _IEPropertyGet($oTag,'innertext')
        ExitLoop
    EndIf
Next

I think assigning the field in javascript involves .value but I'm not familiar with javascript.

I'm stuck because I can't quite figure out how to assign a value to the field.

I tried googling some javascript examples but I don't know enough to incorporate it into autoit.

try document.forms['formname'].inputname.value='your value'

example: go to search on this forum and put this in the address bar of the browser:P

java script:void(document.forms['sForm'].keywords.value='this is something to search on the autoit forum');

p.s javascript without a space... the forum is putting a space there when i post xD

Edited by TheMadman

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homemade

java script:void(document.forms['post'].subject.value='blah');

gives me a ERROR: syntax error (illegal character)

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