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Alex1800

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    Windows 8
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    unsure
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    Standard Edition
  1. Update: I got an email from support saying they manually updated my account after about 8 or so hours (I still can't log into support but I can use the latest version of ubot so that's a win), I'm pretty sure it was from the support ticket I put through without being logged in here https://ubotmedia.freshdesk.com/support/tickets/new given the troubles I already had with it not working out of the box, and the 3 other contact methods I tried that didn't work (email with auto response to contact support, and contact form that gives an error on submission), I didn't think it worked as I didn't get
  2. I appreciate you taking the time to work out an alternative solution like that. Looking at your code I'm definitely seeing how I could put together a bot that could search for example "product name"+"SKU code" in google for a product, grab the pages, navigate to the ones I have taught the bot to deal with in the little group of if then statements there and grab the price, then throw in a little else statement that will save all the sites I don't currently have to a list to add in later.(rough idea but the wheels are turning) Eventually I would hope to be able to grab prices from just abou
  3. Thanks for the responses, I have setup a script that will scrape specific sites, but having to manually put in waits and clicks and find the element to scrape was getting quite tedious after the ~20th site even though the majority of the code was copy and paste. So I was looking for some way to make a universal scraper that would work on almost any site, though it appears there may not quite be an easy way to do it. Here's more of an example, I can easily scrape the prices from these pages by themselves by selecting the element I want in scrape atribute. http://www.appliancesconnection.com/a
  4. I've been using ubot for ~4 days now and I am trying to make a bot that can go to a product page on just about any ecommerce site and grab the price of that product. So far I have created a very simple and somewhat crude (but working) Regular Expression \$\d?\d?\d?,?\d?\d?\d?\.\d\d that will grab prices from the html source of a page but unfortunately almost all product pages have multiple prices on them whether it be a compare at price, or shipping price, or even related products. After looking a few different sites over and thinking about it, one thing they all had in common was the pr
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