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Alright, so I've been lazy about logging into my accounts since about April and the reason why is that it's so freakin' slow! It takes about 5-10 seconds of loading between each login. Let's assume you have 100 accounts. The process should only take a minute, not 5-10 minutes, right?
I'm thinking about just organizing my script so there are only 10-20 accounts left on there and it doesn't become a tedious process. But first I have to wonder why it takes so long to get logged in when I use the script. Any ideas? I appreciate the help.
Glad there's a new login script. I still need a little help though. Where should I extract the folder to? My desktop? I think that's where I went wrong because it says "MCVCR100" or something is missing when I try to open the login script. Do you know what it means? Thanks for the help.
It was harder to maintain that login script because I sometimes needed to change the key value if the script did not work properly. Also, that script is much slower at logging into all of your accounts than the new login script I posted in this topic.
Where should I extract the folder to? My desktop? I think that's where I went wrong because it says "MCVCR100" or something is missing when I try to open the login script. Do you know what it means? Thanks for the help.
You can extract the folder to any location on your computer. The login script will still work, regardless of where you choose to extract the folder to. So yes, you can extract it to your desktop. The cURL, ctkcookie, loginscript, and passwords files should all be located inside of a single folder for the script to work properly.
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This is pretty sweet. I had tried the first version that you posted on the 4th, but it didn't work, so I assumed that it was something bad on my computer's end. I didn't notice the updated version that you posted until last night (tested it out this morning). It's really fast and easy, and way more efficient than clicking a button to log in to each one individually. Plus, there's no chance of it missing an account like the old one did on rare occasions.
Hey man, LlamaGuy did encrypt the passwords. With what? ROT-13? -CJayC