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Rock Your Firefox. – October 3, 2012Posted in: Uncategorized We’ve had a great run here at Rock Your Firefox, and we’d like to thank you for coming along for the ride.

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Your support and passion carried us over the 3 billion download mark, and we’re excited for the next part of the journey! This blog will officially shut down in October, but you can stay up-to-date with add-ons through the following channels: AMO Blog – the latest news about add-ons from the AMO teamFeatured Add-ons – featured add-ons are selected monthly by the Featured Add-ons Advisory BoardAdd-ons Fan Page – see why people love their add-ons and discover new ones for yourself The Rock Your Firefox Twitter account will remain open, and will begin to also feature tweets from the Firefox Marketplace team.


Utilitaires. Download. Apparences. Pearltrees. iMacros pour Firefox. Command Reference. A high-level overview on the different versions of iMacros can be found here Note: With iMacros Version 8 we adapted our iMacros Edition names and license structure to better suit the needs of our growing numbers of enterprise customers.

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Old: iMacros Scripting Edition => New: iMacros Enterprise Edition Old: iMacros PRO Edition => New: iMacros Standard Edition We will update the naming in the wiki over time. With regards to Scripting API features, the new Enterprise Edition has all the features of the previous Scripting Edition and is 100% compatible to all existing iMacros 7 scripts. The browser icons listed below and on each command detail page denote browser compatibility.

iMacros Commands Reference Built-In Variables Built-in variable names always start with an exclamation mark ("! "). User-defined Variables User-defined variables are created with the SET and iimSet commands. Scripting Interface Command Overview Note that we made some API enhancements and name changes in iMacros V7.4. iMacros. View forum - iMacros for Firefox. Discussions and Tech Support related to the iMacros Firefox Add-on.Moderator: iMacros Moderators Forum rulesBefore asking a question or reporting an issue:1.

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Please review the list of FAQ's.2. Use the Google search box (at the top of each forum page) to see if a similar problem or question has already been addressed. This will search the entire contents of the forums as well as the iMacros Wiki.3. We can respond much faster to your posts if you include the following information: Answering your own posts (e.g. attempting to "bump" your topic) drops your topic from the list of unanswered threads, so it may actually receive less views. Online Support Resources - Web Automation, Web Scraping, Web Testing. For Firefox. From iMacros This page documents features that are unique to iMacros for Firefox.

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For the standard features of the iMacros series, please see the Form Filling, Browser Automation, Data Extraction and Web Testing chapters. Installation Download from iMacros @ Mozilla Addons No administrative rights are required for the installation. Bookmarking You can use iMacros as super-bookmarks: To open the bookmark dialog right-click on the macro that you want to bookmark and select the "local" option. . (1) Right-click the macro you want to bookmark (2) Select the Local option for "normal" bookmarks (3a) A link (reference) to your macro is added to the Firefox bookmark menu. iMacros opens automatically if you select an iMacros super-bookmark. (3b) You can place your most-used macros on the Bookmarks Toolbar. If you run a bookmarked macro and the iMacros sidebar is not open, the sidebar will open to run the macro and close again after the macro is complected. For experts: The bookmarked URL has the format: or.