[QUICK] How To Select Multiple File In Input?

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[QUICK] How To Select Multiple File In Input?

by kambingjantan on Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:46 pm

The problem here is, target website need to upload all necessary image in 1 selection.
So, say you pressed standard upload button, we need to press CTRL to select additional file.

In imacros we usually use this pattern

TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:FILE FORM=ID:form1 ATTR=ID:image CONTENT={{path}}

But.. we know it only upload SINGLE file.
How to make it multiple?

Trying random by separating with comma: {{path1}}, {{path2}}
Surrounding them by double quote..
1 quote for every item.. "{{path1}}", "{{path2}}"
Even use semicolon..
Still not working right.

What to do?

Use palemoon 25, imacros addon firefox 8.8.2, windows 8
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Re: [QUICK] How To Select Multiple File In Input?

by chivracq on Thu Jan 18, 2018 4:08 pm

kambingjantan wrote:The problem here is, target website need to upload all necessary image in 1 selection.
So, say you pressed standard upload button, we need to press CTRL to select additional file.

In imacros we usually use this pattern

Code: Select all
TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:FILE FORM=ID:form1 ATTR=ID:image CONTENT={{path}}


But.. we know it only upload SINGLE file.
How to make it multiple?

Trying random by separating with comma: {{path1}}, {{path2}}
Surrounding them by double quote..
1 quote for every item.. "{{path1}}", "{{path2}}"
Even use semicolon..
Still not working right.

What to do?

Use
Code: Select all
palemoon 25, imacros addon firefox 8.8.2, windows 8

Hum..., I don't know really, I would have tried the same things like you did... :oops:

You could try using the 'EVENT' Mode, maybe the 'Ctrl^Click' or 'Shift^Click' will work, or with a 'MOUSEMOVE' to select several Files together... and maybe drag them to the Input Field..., or if you can find some Keyboard Key Combination, with the Arrows + 'Ctrl'/'Shift' and 'Space'/'Enter'/'Tab'..., you didn't post the URL to your Site, I cannot try for you...
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Re: [QUICK] How To Select Multiple File In Input?

by kambingjantan on Thu Jan 18, 2018 7:42 pm

chivracq wrote:
kambingjantan wrote:The problem here is, target website need to upload all necessary image in 1 selection.
So, say you pressed standard upload button, we need to press CTRL to select additional file.

In imacros we usually use this pattern

Code: Select all
TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:FILE FORM=ID:form1 ATTR=ID:image CONTENT={{path}}


But.. we know it only upload SINGLE file.
How to make it multiple?

Trying random by separating with comma: {{path1}}, {{path2}}
Surrounding them by double quote..
1 quote for every item.. "{{path1}}", "{{path2}}"
Even use semicolon..
Still not working right.

What to do?

Use
Code: Select all
palemoon 25, imacros addon firefox 8.8.2, windows 8

Hum..., I don't know really, I would have tried the same things like you did... :oops:

You could try using the 'EVENT' Mode, maybe the 'Ctrl^Click' or 'Shift^Click' will work, or with a 'MOUSEMOVE' to select several Files together... and maybe drag them to the Input Field..., or if you can find some Keyboard Key Combination, with the Arrows + 'Ctrl'/'Shift' and 'Space'/'Enter'/'Tab'..., you didn't post the URL to your Site, I cannot try for you...


Hello, here's the website.
imagetovideo.com

I want to create mass image video, but separated in every x number of image so the result video don't get too long :)
Have a try.. Me too here still figuring out how.
Thanks
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Re: [QUICK] How To Select Multiple File In Input?

by kambingjantan on Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:59 am

chivracq wrote:
kambingjantan wrote:The problem here is, target website need to upload all necessary image in 1 selection.
So, say you pressed standard upload button, we need to press CTRL to select additional file.

In imacros we usually use this pattern

Code: Select all
TAG POS=1 TYPE=INPUT:FILE FORM=ID:form1 ATTR=ID:image CONTENT={{path}}


But.. we know it only upload SINGLE file.
How to make it multiple?

Trying random by separating with comma: {{path1}}, {{path2}}
Surrounding them by double quote..
1 quote for every item.. "{{path1}}", "{{path2}}"
Even use semicolon..
Still not working right.

What to do?

Use
Code: Select all
palemoon 25, imacros addon firefox 8.8.2, windows 8

Hum..., I don't know really, I would have tried the same things like you did... :oops:

You could try using the 'EVENT' Mode, maybe the 'Ctrl^Click' or 'Shift^Click' will work, or with a 'MOUSEMOVE' to select several Files together... and maybe drag them to the Input Field..., or if you can find some Keyboard Key Combination, with the Arrows + 'Ctrl'/'Shift' and 'Space'/'Enter'/'Tab'..., you didn't post the URL to your Site, I cannot try for you...


Hi, you there?
I am waiting LOL.
I run out the way. I think it's impossible up to this point..
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