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che10234
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fill form wilth very long string or text

Post by che10234 » Fri Jun 08, 2007 7:03 pm

Hi,

How can I add a very long string (like 1000 characters) to the CONTENT= attribute of the TAG command?
I've tried using <SP> and ; for newlines but it seems to crash.
I've also looked at using a file but it seems to have the same limitations (I think, haven't tested enough yet).

Is there something like CONTENT += so I can incrementally add text?

Thanks.
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Post by Tech Support » Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:41 pm

I can not recreate this problem. Here is my test macro:

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URL GOTO=http://www.iopus.com/imacros/demo/v5/f1/form.asp  
TAG TYPE=INPUT:TEXT FORM=NAME:TestForm ATTR=NAME:Name CONTENT=Tom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>TesterTom<SP>Tester
che10234
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It works for me as well

Post by che10234 » Tue Jun 19, 2007 11:54 pm

I don't know what I was doing wrong, other than using a semicolon ; as the return symbol since the help page doesn't show the correct <BR> tag. It's interpreted as a real html newline.
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