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I'm looking for a way to create windows desktop shortcuts that will open a web page and execute a javascript function in that page. The page is a form for filling attendance hours with a function to set the current time (bound to a button). So instead of opening the page and clicking the button and then submitting, I'd like to have a shortcut that will do all of this.

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Use Auto-Hotkey for this. Almost full automation available - and definitely can do for your case.

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well, yeah, i know AH. but i was hoping for something more customized for the web. would hate to do that by automating keys and clicks. – IttayD Apr 8 '12 at 19:14

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