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I am using Firefox v3.6.13 and iMacros v7.0.3.0 on Windows 7.

I have a macro that I wish to execute once every 24 hours and one minute on a website that only lets me do my task once 24 hours and a minute have elapsed since the last time.

Can I do this with iMacros or in combination with some other plug-in or cron job type of functionality?

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Have you tried the Task Scheduler built into windows 7 to run it? – Jay_Booney Feb 6 '11 at 22:56
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From the following image it seems that there is an URL to run the macro.

enter image description here

So, you can schedule a task with the Task Scheduler, for example:

firefox.exe http://run.imacros.net/?m=logins%5Ciopusforum.iim
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