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Old 03-09-2008, 10:59 PM   #1
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Macro software for Linux?

I'm looking for an automatic way for my browser to open a website and follow a link on that website.

Is there any macro recording software for Linux that would do this?
I'm running CentOS
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You could use links/lynx/wget to script that?

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Specto is meant to do something of that order.

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And script (Konqueror link ) to capture your commands?
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