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    Junior Member Bloodeye's Avatar
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    Here it is peeps...LoginScript v1.0

    LoginScript makes it easier than ever to login to your favorite Bulletin Boards, Online E-mail Accounts, or any site that you would like to auto-magically login into. With LoginScript there is NO more typing your Username/Password over and over again, NO more busting your knuckles, and NO more having to remember what your Username/Password is for all the sites that require your login. Take a look at the image below to see how it works.

    Installation is little more than merging a .reg file into your registry so that "-= Login =-" will display on your IE context menu, and placing Login.htm in the correct folder. Look at the HTML source code of login.htm for the complete Installation, Usage, and Un-Installation directions.

    *Within the VBScript is code to click the submit button. It has no effect what so ever. If anyone knows how to click the submit button, please post how to do so. This is still in development, if you have some ideas on how to improve it I would be glad to hear them. Hope ya find it useful.

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    Junior Member Bloodeye's Avatar
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    ....and here's the file.

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    Erm...type in your user/pass once normally, and when prompted to, save your password. Then when you come back, double-click the username box, select your username, and it will fill in the password for you, and click Login. No keyboard needed.
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    Junior Member Bloodeye's Avatar
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    Erm....are you talking about MS's built-in stuff?

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    Yeah, in IE6 at least, I think it's in 5, too.
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    Junior Member Bloodeye's Avatar
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    Does IE submit the form data for you?
    This is what I'm trying to do with what I posted....I just haven't quite figured out how yet.

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    I think IE just fills in the form, you still need to submit it.
    I am non-committal, feigning blasť.

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    Junior Member Bloodeye's Avatar
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    That's what I thought. Well maybe someone will play around with this and figure out how to have the script submit the form data.




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    Whats it coded in?

    .asp or vb?

    Sendkey enter perhaps!!

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    this really isnt a bad idea, i prefer submitting stuff manually though


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