Can Imacros extract color code from a field?

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bb4
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Can Imacros extract color code from a field?

Post by bb4 » Sat Jul 13, 2019 5:44 pm

Using:
FF ver. 55, Windows 7,32 bit, Imacros 8.9.7

Hello;
I have a question regarding extracting color, or color code,
Some fields that I want to extract data from, have color as values,
I want to have the color codes where the arrow points, as you see in the picture.
is Imacros capable of doing so?,

Here is a picture,
Image

if so please share your experience, I have searched imacros forum and wiki didn't find anything.
appreciate your help.
chivracq
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Location: Amsterdam (NL)

Re: Can Imacros extract color code from a field?

Post by chivracq » Sat Jul 13, 2019 8:19 pm

bb4 wrote:
Sat Jul 13, 2019 5:44 pm
Using:

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FF ver. 55, Windows 7,32 bit, Imacros 8.9.7
Hello;
I have a question regarding extracting color, or color code,
Some fields that I want to extract data from, have color as values,
I want to have the color codes where the arrow points, as you see in the picture.
is Imacros capable of doing so?,

Here is a picture,
Image

if so please share your experience, I have searched imacros forum and wiki didn't find anything.
appreciate your help.
But hum, you would first need to follow up and finish "a bit correctly" your previous Thread by sharing your final/working Script for me to help you (again) in this one... :idea:

And you can better upload your Screenshots directly to the Forum rather than using some external Pix Hosting Site as all those Sites one day go dark or commercial rendering your Thread a bit useless to follow for other Users... :!:

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Mini-bit op "Preparation" for some (later) Testing, once you'll have finished your previous Thread... :wink:
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