Imacros for Firefox 188.8.131.52 is a versatile Firefox addon that let you record a task you perform on the browser and replay it repetitively. It can record all kinds of tasks. For example, you can use Imacros to fill in web forms and passwords. You can prefill the information that you want to insert a specific field in the web forms. The data can later be edited if you want. It uses 256 encryption to encrypt passwords.
With Imacros, you only have to remember a single password to access the saved data. You can use Imacros to download or upload files. It can download the entire website regardless of whether it has images or does not have images. Data can be imported through CSV files. You can configure Imacros to extract data and get them exported into CSV files. Full unicode is supported in Imacros. It supports multiple languages including Chinese.
Imacros can be used to carry out tests on various types of applets such as Java, Flash and Silverlight. It has an integrated STOPWATCH command that allows you to evaluate the response time of the web application. You can use it for testing web applications that are optimized for different browsers.
Imacros for Firefox 184.108.40.206 features a scripting interface that allows you to have total control in the behavior or the browser without the need of having any knowledge on scripts. Both the 32 bits and 64 bits API can be used in controlling the browser.
Imacros can be used for efficiently download stock quotes. If you invest in stocks, you can use it to perform comparison on the prices in the stock market. Imacros is suitable for webmasters who want to test the performance of their websites. For example, you can use Imacros to track the response time of a website. Imacros can also be used for sharing bookmarks with friends. Imacros for Firefox 220.127.116.11 is compatible with Firefox 1.5 – 3.1.
Download link: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/imacros-for-firefox/versions/?page=2