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how do i submit or click the go button for this site..?

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I cant figure out out to click the GO button on this site http://proxy.org

because there is no name for the GO button to use the _IEAction($IE, "click")

and there is no form name for the specific URL box form to use the $Form = _IEFormGetCollection($IE, 0) & _IEFormSubmit($Form)

how else can it be done to either click the GO button or submit the URL in the form box..??

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There are lots of ways to get object references. This shows how to get a reference by using the collection of all tagnames... the GO button is the 2nd input on the page (index 1)

$oButton = _IETagnameGetCollection($oIE, "input", 1)

_IEAction($oButton, "click")


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