ONDIALOG

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Handles upcoming Javascript dialogs. You can extract the text of a dialog by adding "SET !EXTRACTDIALOG YES" to your macro.

Note that ONDIALOG defines how to handle a possible dialog. It does not make the macro wait for a dialog to appear.

Syntax iMacros Browser IE Plug-in Firefox

ONDIALOG POS=n BUTTON=(OK|YES|NO|CANCEL) [CONTENT=some_content]

Parameters

  • POS
    The position of the dialog. On some web pages a few dialogs occur directly after each other. In this case you can specify a decision for each dialog (POS=1 is first dialog, POS=2 is second dialog.) The POS statement applies only to dialogs that show directly after each other. This means that several ONDIALOG commands with different POS values must occur before another macro command is executed.
  • BUTTON
    Specifies which of the available buttons is pressed.
  • CONTENT
    The content attribute is used to fill out input forms prompted by JavaScript. (Replace blank spaces by <SP>, like in "Hello<SP>world")
iMacros automating the Javascript Prompt Dialog

Examples

Example macro: Demo-JavascriptDialog

See Also

!EXTRACTDIALOG, ONCERTIFICATEDIALOG, ONDOWNLOAD, ONERRORDIALOG, ONLOGIN, ONSECURITYDIALOG, ONWEBPAGEDIALOG