iMacros for Firefox 8.8.8
A simple, yet effective Firefox extension that will automate the activity of your browser by memorizing passwords and remembering the webpages you have visited
If you spend a lot of time browsing certain pages and filling out forms with the same information an automation tool can help you perform multiple actions with just one click. You just need to record the actions and store the order in order to be repeated.
iMacros allows you to create a macro by recording the mouse and keyboard actions while you are browsing the website and filling the form. You can choose to use the X/Y coordinates or the id of the element in order to accurately record the actions.
By default, all the actions are played at maximum speed which increases the efficiency of the add-on. If you need to debug a certain script you can adjust the replay speed and enable the object highlighting from the Options window.
An interesting feature is the ability to share your scripts and to use scripts created by other users. You can help a friend or a colleague fill in a form or automate certain actions by simply sending them a link to your macro.
Overall, this extension is a flexible tool that can help you perform any repeated action when using the Firefox browser. The available documentation makes easy to use for any user, regardless of the previous experience with macro recording.
Reviewed by Sorin Cirneala, last updated on December 16th, 2014
iMacros for Firefox
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What's New in This Release:
- TAG command fails since the FRAME number is not set to 0
- Specifying a file name without extension in the ONDOWNLOAD FILE parameter should save the file with the original extension
- SCREENSHOT FOLDER=* results in error general closed
- Clicking Apply in the settings dialog no longer dismisses the dialog
Application descriptioniMacros for Firefox is a practical and reliable Firefox extension that helps you to automate your web browser.Record a...