Batch commands for imacros for mac

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Batch commands for imacros for mac

by htahir1 on Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:35 am

I have iMacros for Firefox for my Macbook pro, and i'm using a macro that auto-likes some pictures, waits an hour, and then starts the whole process again.

The problem is, the script I wrote gets slowed down a lot after a few hours. I've looked into it and I think the solution to my problem is using command line commands to restart Firefox after every run, so that the memory clears out. However, i'm a new Mac user, and I don't know the command line batch commands.

From the iMacros wiki, I see that the lines would be something like this:

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/usr/bin/open /Applications/Firefox.app "imacros://run/?m=mymacro.iim"


Can anyone tell me the whole command line command for starting Firefox, running the macros, closing firefox, waiting an hour, and then repeating?

iMacros version: VERSION BUILD=8300326 RECORDER=FX (The Firefox plugin)
Using MacBook Pro
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