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Using imacro

Posted on 2011-03-17
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I just wondered how the true "experts" do this.

I just found out about imacro and love it, but what is the proper way to do this?  Say I want to go to my gmail inbox.  If I'm logged in I can just go to mail.google.com and I'm there.  If I'm not logged in, I could have imacro log me in and then go to my inbox.

But, I want it to work 100% of the time.  So do I have imacro make sure I'm logged out of gmail, log me in to gmail, and then go to the inbox?  It seems like many wasted steps.

What I'd like to do is:

If (I'm not logged into gmail)
      Log in to gmail
Endif
Go to inbox

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One way to write greasemonkey script and assign it to login page, so when it detects the login page, it'll fill name/password and send, so gmail will redirect you in.
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