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Does the macro script wait for the page to fully finish loading?

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Yes, if a command inside a macro triggers a page (re-)load iMacros automatically waits until the page is completely loaded before it continues with the next command. On a few very complex web pages with frames the macro may continue before everything is loaded completely. In this case you can tell iMacros manually to wait for another "Page loaded..." signal by adding the WAIT SECONDS=#DOWNLOADCOMPLETE# command to the macro. Note: If you use the Image Recognition Plugin you can also search for an image using the IMAGESEARCH command. iMacros will wait until this image appears (or the timeout value is reached). This approach looks at the website as if it were an image - just as a human would do! Thus this approach works with every web site, regardless of which web technology is used (HTML, Frames, ASP.NET, Java applet, Flash applet,....). more
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Yes, if a command inside a macro triggers a page (re-)load iMacros automatically waits until the page is completely loaded before it continues with the next command. On a few very complex web pages with frames the macro may continue before everything is loaded completely. In this case you can tell iMacros manually to wait for another "Page loaded..." signal by adding the WAIT SECONDS=#DOWNLOADCOMPLETE# command to the macro. Note: If you use the Image Recognition Plugin you can also search for an image using the IMAGESEARCH command. iMacros will wait until this image appears (or the timeout value is reached). This approach looks at the website as if it were an image - just as a human would do! Thus this approach works with every web site, regardless of which web technology is used (HTML, Frames, ASP.NET, Java applet, Flash applet,....). more
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