so wheres the code

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so wheres the code

by william george on Tue Jan 08, 2008 2:54 pm

You PR material mentions "open source"

Where is the pointer to your repository? Really nice product.

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Re: so wheres the code for the Free Firefox iMacros?

by william george on Tue Jan 08, 2008 3:02 pm

william george wrote:You PR material mentions "open source"

From "run.imacros.net":

You tried to run an embedded iMacros script but the iMacros Firefox Add-on is not installed yet. Please install the free, open source iMacros Firefox extension to run the shared browser scripts:

Install iMacros for Firefox - the add-on is free, open-source, secure and very small (only 178K). It can be installed even on restricted (locked-down) user accounts because it does not change any computer settings. iMacros for Firefox runs on every platform supported by Firefox (Windows, Mac, Linux).

Install iMacros for FirefoxiMacros for Firefox runs on Windows, Mac and Linux

Where is the pointer to your repository? Really nice product.

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by Tech Support on Tue Jan 08, 2008 3:08 pm

We do not have a public repository, but iMacros for Firefox is written in Javascript. So the source code is inside the extension itself. Feel free to inspect it :)

Please note that while the source code is public it is still copyrighted. So if you want to use or modify it for any other project, please contact us at info AT iopus DOT com to discuss this further.
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by william george on Tue Jan 08, 2008 4:09 pm

Thank you very much for the speedy response. I found the javascript code you mention.
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