Bring window focus to front before PROMPT for captcha

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cybmatrix
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Bring window focus to front before PROMPT for captcha

Post by cybmatrix » Thu Dec 10, 2009 6:44 pm

Hi.
Is there a way to bring to front the browser window before the PROMPT command line execution, cause after is not possible to refocus on the minimized browser and i cannot see the captcha code. :roll:
Or instead, is there a way to not use the PROMPT command, but simply wait for user interaction "like pushing ENTER on keyboard" ?

Thank you.
CYB
Windows 7 PRO (64 bit)
Waterfox 51.0.1 (64 bit)
iMacros for FF 8.9.7
Hannes, Tech Support

Re: Bring window focus to front before PROMPT for captcha

Post by Hannes, Tech Support » Fri Dec 11, 2009 10:34 am

Cf. PAUSE
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Re: Bring window focus to front before PROMPT for captcha

Post by cybmatrix » Fri Dec 11, 2009 11:05 am

Ok.
But in this way i've to use the mouse to click CONTINUE on the left of the screen for every captcha ...
Is there a way to let the script wait for the ENTER key pushed by the user and the automatically continue ?

Thank you again.
Windows 7 PRO (64 bit)
Waterfox 51.0.1 (64 bit)
iMacros for FF 8.9.7
Hannes, Tech Support

Re: Bring window focus to front before PROMPT for captcha

Post by Hannes, Tech Support » Fri Dec 11, 2009 12:55 pm

Then you may consider calling the macro from a script. Let the script open a message box that can be closed by pressing "Enter" in order to make script (and thus: macro) continue.
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