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    Javascript weasyl help

    I've been working on a firefox extension to crosspost journals (after years of telling myself I'll learn programming). Now I'm waist deep in javascript code for it, and things seem promising.
    But I've hit one big on the weasyl site. Pressing the submit button. There is no command to simulate a button press, and I don't know what function pressing the button triggers.
    You can see the code I've written so far here.

    How would I be able to trigger the submit function?

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    "To tell us that every species of thing is endowed with an occult specific quality by which it acts and produces manifest effects, is to tell us nothing; but to derive two or three general principles of motion from phenomena, and afterwards to tell us how the properties and actions of all corporeal things follow from those manifest principles, would be a very great step." -Issac Newton, Optics
    "You are what you do not do." - Relax

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    huh... I just thought the "submit" button on art sites and the "submit" function was just a weird coincidence. Hopefully this works for the other art sites. Thank you so much. ^^ It works!

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    No problem.
    "To tell us that every species of thing is endowed with an occult specific quality by which it acts and produces manifest effects, is to tell us nothing; but to derive two or three general principles of motion from phenomena, and afterwards to tell us how the properties and actions of all corporeal things follow from those manifest principles, would be a very great step." -Issac Newton, Optics
    "You are what you do not do." - Relax

 

 

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