Thank You all for providing and attempting to provide solutions for the various problems raised in this thread - iMacros for Firefox.
I am very new to iMacros and wish to use it extensively.
Before getting started, I would like the Experts here to provide a solution for a simple problem I face:
A proxy website I visit always attaches some random characters in the address bar, while visiting the actual url.
Here is the url displayed:
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Thanks to user srawcliffe's post at http://forum.imacros.net/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7084 , I was able to get rid of the " /XYZ456 " part by using the code newurl = oldurl.replace("/XYZ456", " "); in the lsfre.js macro on the given example at http://forum.imacros.net/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7084 ..
Using the same logic, I would like to get rid of the " http://www.PROXYSITE.com/GO/ABC123/ " part too.
My question is, how to accomplish it?
Please note the ' ABC123 ' is the only part that is different for every site loaded (along with, of course, the /www.example.com/thePage.html part) while the 3 other parts viz., http://www.PROXYSITE.com, /GO/ and XYZ456 remain the same across all sites visited.
The solution is probably very simple; only thing is I am unaware of the exact syntax, etc. to proceed, because I came across iMacros just 2 days back, and am yet to go through the knowledgebase, tutorials, etc.
Since the problem is somewhat of a little urgent nature, I am posting the question here before I begin study about iMacros.
My Other details:
VERSION BUILD=8601111 RECORDER=FX
Mozilla Firefox v26.0
Any suggestion on the same would be highly appreciated, especially if you can give the full line(s) of code.
Thanks in advance!