iMacros is part of the Ipswitch family of tools and services.

iMacros for Chrome V8.07 released

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 by

Today we released iMacros for Chrome V8.07 in the Chrome gallery. This maintenance release fixes an issue with recording and replaying macros on websites with frames. It  looks like our friends from Google have changed something again regarding to the “win.frames” property. But they have finally done it right this time. It works now also

Update 2014/5/26: A new version with a fix is available in the Google Chrome extension gallery. For more details please see  http://wiki.imacros.net/iMacros_for_Chrome#Installation  If you have any questions or still encounter issues, please inform us in the iMacros for Chrome user forum. — It is as bad as it sounds. iMacros for Chrome works just fine in Chrome

New iMacros WebBrowser Component Update

Wednesday, 09 April 2014 by

With the embeddable iMacros WebBrowser Component for .NET you can build your own .NET application with all of iMacros Browser power in just a few hours. Simply use the iMacros WebBrowser Component instead of the Microsoft WebBrowser control inside your software. iMacros takes care of all the low level web automation work (DOM handling, events,

iMacros Version 10 available

Wednesday, 12 February 2014 by

Today we released iMacros 10 – the first iMacros version with native 64-bit support! In addition to the native 64-bit mode, iMacros 10 includes full Internet Explorer 11 and Windows 8/8.1 support – all while maintaining support for all Windows platforms down to XP and IE9. In addition, the iMacros Sidebar (the part of iMacros

iMacros 9.05 Available

Thursday, 31 October 2013 by

Incorporating a number of bug fixes and some significant performance tweaks, we’re pleased to announce the release of iMacros 9.05. To make sure all the updates meet your expectations, our QA team put this new release through intensive testing. Overview & Key Updates We’ve improved the usability of iMacros with a new “Manage” tab, providing

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