Another approach to consider is to scrape the
It would be a lot of clicks, but if the site
is not too large or dynamic,
this approach might get you out of a bad situation.
If you have to do a lot of clicking, you can save your
fingers from injury by using a footswitch instead of
a mouse button. Take your shoe off, and click with
your big toe. This motion should be the same as one of
the motions involved in walking, and
should not wear out the meat-ware. One
type of footswitch is sometimes called a treadle.
It should work perfectly the first time! - toma
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