To use this software you need to master your computer and have some knowledge of HTML.
This manual explains how to use SupSubmit, a software that fills up forms automatically. With SupSubmit you can easily submit your website to search engines or directories. This software has been programmed to work as fast as possible. This software is not for beginners and you need to have knowledge of HTML to use the software, but you'll save a lot of time once you master the software.
The goal of this manual is not to cover all functions of the software, but it explains what most users need to know. It is also recommended to watch the online flash tutorials, since they are probably easier to understand.
Getting started with this software.
How to add links to
your submission list? - Go
If you are a beginner, you could think that the layout of Supsubmit is overloaded and hard to understand. Think twice: if a software needs a big number of settings, with a good number of panels and submenus you software will be clearer and much easier to understand, but how many time will you spend while swapping from a panel to another?
For the moment this is a choice: the layout of SupSubmit looks a little overloaded and you have the most important commands on the main screen, so you will save time. It is very easy for a programmer, to move buttons and check boxes, so this may change in the future. But believe me, it works very well like this.
To use SupSubmit, you need:
- A list of websites
to submit your datas.
Without a list of websites, the software works but nothing defines where you want to submit your datas.
Without rules to fill up your forms, you can't fill up forms automatically but the software works.
Without datas, you can't just fill up forms and in consequence, you can't define rules to fill up forms. You can still use the software like a browser with advanced functions, for example to sort websites in different categories.
If you experience a problem while a page is loading, click on "x", it will stop the webpage to load and disable temporary some settings:
+ and - are common browser functions (back, forward).
With this button, you can go the next (or the previous) site in your website list.
- Site by site
SupSubmit needs that you create a "Url list" and a "Fill file" before it is possible to add a list of URL (Url list) and before it is possible to fill up forms (Fill file).
Enter your link in the text box "Loaded Url", click on the arrow to load the URL, and click on "Add" to add this link in your list of sites.
- Add a list of site
Click on "M A" (mass addition), then paste your list of sites, then click on "Add" in the new window.
- Update a site in your list of sites
There is 2 ways:
- You can click on "select", click on the site you want to update, then "Edit" and once you updated your informations, click on "Save" (important).
- You can also click on the "u" button (update).
If you click on "u", your reference link in your list of sites will be replaced with your "Loaded Url".
Since you can accidentally click on "u", this button has a temporary effect. To keep this modification, you need to save your datas (like before: click on "select" then on "Save").
-Using a data key.
SupSubmit needs that you create a "Url list" and a "Fill file" before it is possible to add a list of URL (Url list) and before it is possible to fill up forms (Fill file).
Click on "Edit Keys", then click on "+" , in the new window, to add a key.
In this menu, this is a key labeled "url". This key is protected so you can't delete it, but you can edit it. Ideally, "url" should be used as the root of your website and should finish with a "/", like a domain name for example. Since this key is used if you use functions related to reciprocal links, these functions won't work if you use this key for something else or if you use a URL that finishes with .html or .php.
- Using an XML file (like a PAD file for example)
You need to click on "Edit keys", then go in the panel "Xml file" and click on "...":
Load your XML file, and the keys of this XML file should be loaded. There is 2 ways to use these keys:
- Click on a key, then click on "+" to add a key from your XML file to your standard list.
- You can also go on the panel "Right click menu"...:
...then click on "Can select Xml keys from file".
With this option, you can use your keys from your XML file directly like standard keys.
Note: It is only possible to load very simple XML files: this function has been thought to load PAD files, used by shareware developers, and nothing else. However it is sometimes possible to load other XML files, that's why this function is described as a function to load XML files and not only PAD files.
- Using the context menu
To use your saved keys (as explained in part 3), you have first to select the good context menu: so select "Submit" to customize your context menu for submissions.
With this context menu, each time that your mouse cursor in on a form field, your context menu is the menu that you can find in the panel "Right Click Menu":
If you select one of these keys, you can fill up your form field with the value associated with this key (for instance: "url" ---> URL of your website).
If you want to save an association between a key and a form field (form field -- key -- key value), check the "Save mode" option.
- Using the "U keys" menu (form fields and key values)
This menu shows your associations in the current file mode.
So click on "U keys" to open this menu, and click on "Add" to add an association for the current fill mode.
In "Field", enter the name of your form field (check the HTML code of the page; or check "Input" in the debug panel while your mouse in on a form, or check the bottom of the software while your mouse in on a form field).
You can't fill up the line "Key" directly, but you can click on the "Key" button and click on one of the key of the software.
-How it works?
To fill up a form automatically, you need to have an association between a form field and a data key.
you have also to tell to the software how to do this association:
In "generic" mode, this association is done everywhere: if the name of a form field is associated with a key value, then all form fields with this given name are filled up, when requested, on other webpages.
Example: let's say that we have this HTML code in a form:
<INPUT type=text name="myname">
If a "generic" rule defines an association between a key and this part of a form, then if you try to fill up another form, somewhere else, if there is on this form a field form named "myname", then the value of this form field will be set to the value of the key associated on a previous form, if you try to fill up this form.
You can use the + and the - buttons to create (or delete) new rules that will work like the "generic" mode.
Be warned that these "generic" modes (the basic and the others) use more and more time as there is more and more associated rules, that's the reason why you should use the "single" mode (with the minimum rules) each time it is possible.
The first purpose of the "generic" mode is to create a "single" mode fastly: you have just to fill up a form in "generic" mode with one of the fill buttons...
... and check in the same time "Save mode". Supsubmit will save in "single" mode every rules it is able to find in "generic" mode.
If you submit to a site that uses sessions that change every time the URL where you have to submit (like for example on some forums), it is not possible to fill up your form in "single" mode. Here, the best solution is to create a new fill mode using the "+" button, to select it, and to save your associations in this new mode.
There is 2 main ways to fill up forms with Supsubmit:
Check "Autofill": the default fill mode is the current one, the fill mode is set to "single" each time you go to a new link.
If you check "SFill mode", your fill mode is the latest you have chosen when you saved your last key for the "Current url from list", this URL is supposed to be always the same and is set for the loading page you have chosen.
If you check "Force Fill Mode", your fill mode will always be the same as long as you don't change it yourself:
- manually, using the drop down menu:
- automatically, if you chose one of the button that sets as well the fill mode:
(it means "Fill Single ", "Fill generic", "S'nFill Single", "S'nFill Gen".)
In the same way, if you click on one of these buttons, your fill mode will be the one associated with this button, as long as nothing change.
"Autofill" will work once a page is totally loaded or if you change your current browser panel (this last behavior can from time to time make the software bug on a page that takes time to load, here, click on the "x" button of the browser).
- On command:
Using these buttons:
single: The software switches to single mode then tries to fill in
"single" mode. The software doesn't try to scroll the drop down
boxes (or scroll menus).
n Fill: The software fills in the current fill mode (the software
doesn't try to change it), and tries to scroll the drop down boxes.
software switches to single mode then tries to fill in "single"
mode. The software tries to scroll the drop down boxes (or scroll menus).
These 6 buttons have nearly the same effect, and it would be easy to create only one single button. This would probably give a better aspect to the software, but the fact to have 6 buttons instead of 1, saves time.
You can use the auto-scrolling function to change automatically the value of drop down boxes:
How it works:
To use this function, you need to enter keywords in the "Scroll words" menu:
These keywords will be used to detect a good line in a drop down box. Press on ENTER to separate each keywords. When this function is used on a page with a drop down box, the software takes the first keyword of the list; tries to search if this keyword is somewhere in the drop down box and if yes, the software tries to scroll the drop down box to the first line that contains this keyword (or not to the further lines!), so you have to use specific keywords.
More a keyword is specific and more it should be at the top of the list.
This scroll function is not perfect or universal, but according to our tests, this function should be efficient.
The software has been programmed so that it is only possible to scroll a drop down box if you fill another form field. It is not possible to dissociate these 2 functions.
You can save a lot of time on big drop down boxes if you use this function, however more there are entries and more the software can temporary freeze. On a drop down boxes with more than 10000 entries it can take up to 20 seconds (and sometimes more on old systems).
There is 2 ways to use this scroll function:
- Manually: using buttons associated with the scrolling function ("Scroll n Fill", "S'nFill Single", "S'nFill Gen.").
- Automatically: if you check "Autofill".
There is a switch within the software that activates or deactivates the auto-scrolling. This switch is enabled or disabled using the fill buttons (like in the manual mode):
As long as the last button on which you clicked is associated with the scroll function, if you are in "Autofill" mode, you will also scroll the drop down boxes. In the other case, the software will fill your form fields without trying to scroll your drop down boxes (in some rare cases you can save time if you disable this option).
In summary: To use the "Autoscroll" function in "Autofill" mode, you have first to click on a button that uses this "autoscroll" feature ("Scroll n Fill", "S'nFill Single", "S'nFill Gen.") then be sure that "Autofill" is checked. If later you click on "Fill Single", "Fill generic" and "Fill" you will disable this function.
Usually, if you need to submit content to a list of websites, you don't need to submit this content to every sites of your list but only to some of them, that's why it is useful to have a way to filter websites and that's why there is a function with which it is possible to assign a category to website.
To go in the category menu, click on the button "Choose Categories":
To add a new category, enter something in the text field below "Add new" and click on "Add".
There is a protected category named "crecip" and it is explained later how to use this category. Note that if you right click on one of these categories in this panel, it is possible to add all websites in this category in the category "crecip", it is also possible to do the opposite and to remove these websites from this category.
If a check box is checked then this website will be selected (with "Include" or "Include if at least one") or not (with "Exclude"), in function of the option that you select.
How to add a category to a site:
- With a right click on the "Cat" button (and only on this button) and for the current website ("current url from list"):
- If you select "categories" as right click menu:
You can see, for example, a menu like this one below if you right click on the browser window:
- If you go in the panel "File Entries" (click on "select" to go to this menu):
Choose one of the sites and right click on it.
- Finally, and only for the "crecip" category, using the "recip" box for the current site:
With the "Save list" button, you can save the current list of websites in function of your category filtering:
- How to do ?
To detect a mail, you need to go with your cursor on an <href> tag with a "mailto:", if the box "Pop on email" is checked, an option "Send mail" will appear next to your cursor and if you want, you will be able to use the datas of the <href> tag to send a mail.
Please note that the mail panel handles only the primary recipients (to:) and not the secondary ones (cc: and bcc:)
Here is the mail panel that will be displayed:
It is of course possible to send a mail without a tag detection.
A mail can't start without the good "Settings" (smtp and pop) that your host or you ISP gave you probably.
The "pop" key is used to connect then disconnect to your pop account, and nothing more: some hosts ask a recent connection to your pop account before you can use your smtp account to send mails. This button has no other function and does nothing else.
Reciprocal links are usually requested by websites or directories. A reciprocal link is usually a link that you add in your website in the profit of the website where you want to be listed yourself. For convenience' sake, i'll call these links "recips", because it's shorter. For the software, a "recip" is the HTML code for this link. If you submit to a lot of websites, their automatic or semi-automatic handle is useful.
can handle this kind of links. All links have to be known and added to
a unique HTML file. A "recip" has to be separated from the others
with a <table> tag in your HTML file, (<img> and <href>
tags, can work too but a <table> tag is better, lowercase
only). You have to give to SupSubmit a keyword to detect the "recips".
- to create a new
file of filtered "recips".
Remember: please separate your "recips" codes with <table> tags in your HTML file (use an HTML editor).
- Detect "recip" files
To detect a "recip" code, you have to associate a keyword with each site that needs one. To set this keyword, click on "Urls Settings", choose a site and to set the keyword for it, click on "set keyword".
Some characters can't be used as keyword because they are used as separator.
< > : and / are not allowed.
Tip: if you can't find a good keyword for your "recip", add a <table> tag with your favorite HTML editor, add a comment (invisible tag) that contains your keyword then paste your recip. This invisible tag can be used to detect your recip.
Usually the best keyword is the domain name of the website that asks the recip. You can set directly this domain name as keyword:
the "Urls Settings" panel: right click on a site and choose
the good option.
(However the domain is not always a good keyword.)
Here is how the software processes these "recips":
- Generate a temporary file of filtered reciprocal links.
This temporary file is a file of filtered "recips" in function of:
your current websites (in function of the categories that you checked)
It is supposed to be a file with all the "recips" that will be used for a submission.
To filter a raw "recip" file:
- You need first to have all the "recips" of the websites where you want to submit, in a unique raw HTML file even with "recips" that you want to exclude. Each "recips" has to be separated from the others with a <table> tag (or eventually but not recommended with a <img> or <a href> tag). Do it with an HTML editor, like Dreamweaver for example.
- In the software, all websites with a "recip" have to have a keyword to detect their own "recip". It is important that this keyword is unique and specific for the "recip" (check in the panel "Urls settings", "Set keyword"). The domain name of the website that asks for the "recip" is often a good keyword, but remember that this keyword has to be in the HTML code of the "recip".
- You choice of categories has to be so that all sites with a "recip" that you want to use are selected.
- All websites with a "recip" and where you want to submit, have to be in the "crecip" category (a checked "recip" box).
Then to filter a raw "recip" file, just click on "Filter Rcp file" on the main panel.
You will get a list of filtered "recip" from your raw list. You can check this new HTML file of "recips" in a browser.
Note on "recip" files:
- Adding £££ in a "recip" file, will stop the extraction of "recips" when the software reach this code.
With £££ in HTML code you see £££ in your browser.
- Semi-automatic generation:
With your filtered "recips" file (like explained before), you can create a file of ordered "recips".
If you want, you can use these "recips" to create tables with several "recips", just go to the "Table Opt." panel:
Check the box "Add this code for recip generation", click on "P", select you file of filtered "recips" (generated as before), and create a file of "recips" filtered and ordered.
Each code <!--recipsupsubmit--> is replaced with a "recip" code, and the code of the text area of the "Table Opt." panel is pasted to a file until there is no more "recips" in your source.
The ordered file is a file that will be used for the generation of the pages that you will create for your submission. Each "recips" is added to a pack of several "recips" and each packs will be used later for file generation.
Like before, you can check your file of ordered "recips" in a web browser.
IMPORTANT: After you create your blocks of "recips", always uncheck "Add this code for recip generation".
If you want to create your final pages, here is how to do:
Go in the panel "Urls Settings" : click on "Create files", select you new file of ordered "recips" and the index that will be used as reference to create your new pages. Basically an index is the page that you submit but without the "recips".
If there is a tag <!--recipsupsubmit--> in your index file, each tags will be replaced with a block of "recips" (a <table> tag that contains one or several "recip" keywords) to create a new file. Your block of "recips" will be added at the beginning of the <body> tag of your index file.
Each file is generated and you can check your generated files to see if the result is what you need. In the other case, delete the generated HTML files and click on "reset".
Check the box "Warn on different domains" on the panel "Url Settings": a message will pop up if you try to fill a form while you are on a different domain than the domain of you "Current url from list". It is sometimes useful to uncheck this option, but it prevents sometimes to submit links with a bad "recip".
If you are happy with the web pages that you generated, upload your files on your website manually, check the option "Extra url" in the options panel on the main window. Each files will be used to create a new URL based on your "url" key (click on "Edit Keys" to know the value of this key "url").
If "Extra url" is checked, each time that you try to use the value of "url", the final value will be function of the file that you created for the "Current url from list"
mainindex.html + url= http://blabla.com/ --> http://blabla.com/mainindex.html
Starting from your filtered "recip" list, it is possible to do faster but the result is usually not very clean:
Go in the panel "Table opt.", check "Add this code for recip generation", click on "Urls Settings" then click on "Create files", select you filtered list of recips then your index.
Your files are generated like before. Be sure to check at least the last file that is generated. Usually this way to generate files with recip is not so very good because you can't control your tables of recips but it is faster.
- Manual generation:
Paste your recips code manually in your pages and use the software to detect where are your "recips" in your files:
"Url Settings">> "Select files" >> select your link (or use CTRL and SHIFT to select several files in the same time) >> click on "Open" then click on "Check from files".
Each "recip" is attributed to the good site. A single "recip" can't be in several files.
Click on "Reset" if you need to restart.
- Adding a "recip" code or replacing a "recip" code:
On the main window there is a button "Pastml"
This button is used to add easily or replace an HTML code in an HTML file.
You need to have an HTML code in your clipboard, and this code has to contain a web link. Here, you can click on the button "Pastml" and a dialog box should appear while your clipboard is temporary saved in the software.
It is now possible to paste this code that you had in your clipboard when you pressed on the button in an HTML file, even if you change the content of your clipboard.
The result is function of the HTML file that you select:
- if there is a <!--recipsupsubmit--> tag in the source code of your HTML file: the first tag will be replaced with the content saved from your clipboard.
- if the selected HTML file contains one of the keyword associated for "recip" detection in a <table> tag, SupSubmit will try to detect the section that contains this keyword and this section will be replaced with the code that you had in your clipboard.
Please note: the software uses a function that replaces everything: if the section that detects the software is several times in your page, these sections will all be replaced. If your code is not in a <table> tag, your code won't be detected.
- If there is no keyword detected: if a <table> tag is detected, you can if you want append the content that you had in your clipboard after the TR or the TD tags of the first <table>. It works well with a <table> of a dimension of X*1 or 1*X, otherwise this function is not recommended and it is better to use <!--recipsupsubmit--> to have a good layout.
- Finally if you don't want to add the content that you had in your clipboard to a <table>, you can finally paste this content at the beginning of the <body> of your HTML file (if you see it at the end, check the panel "Table Opt.").
Remember that this function "Pastml" is used to paste "recips" links on the fly in <table> tags and it's goal is to be as generic as possible.
FastThumbs is a very basic software that works well to create thumbnails. These thumbnails are usually asked while you submit to websites.
To load a source picture, the easiest way is to drag and drop this picture to the FastThumbs's screen, but you can also use the "..." button (at the left of the screen):
Enter the size of your thumbnail using these 2 small boxes:
box (90): Horizontal size.
Create a selection in your picture and when you are happy with what you selected, click on "vvert" or on "vhor" to give to your selection a size proportional with the size of your thumbnail (it prevents distorted pictures), then click on "make" at the middle top of the screen. If you are not happy with the result, click on "show" to go back to the selection screen.
If you want to create a new selection, right click on the picture to cancel the selection.
To give a name to your file:
Or: enter a name (without a path) in the text area for the filename (at
the right top of the screen), click on "Make" and the picture
is saved in the same directory as the reference picture. A jpg extension
is added to the filename.
Since FastThumbs has been created to create thumbnails for the current moment during a submission, if you entered a filename that already exists, the previous picture will be deleted and lost without confirmation.
Check that your resulting thumbnails fits with your needs, and check that there is no white zone in your thumbnails because of a bad selection.
- Main page and other pages
To add other pages to an existing reference page of your list, set the context menu to "System":
If you right click on the browser, you will get a context menu that changes in function of the HTML tag on which is your mouse:
You can here set your index, your main page, and your search page:
main page is the submission page and the default page.
If you change the main page, the change of this setting is only temporary (it changes temporary the URL associated with the "Main" button).
If you use the system menu and if you choose "Set start page" or "Set search page", you need to confirm your choice on the page that you want to use:
To prevent bugs, it is better to click directly on one of these buttons ("This" to confirm, and "Cancel" to cancel).
Later, you will be able to choose another loading page that the submit page:
Important: you need one address per page:
For example, if there is only 2 sites on 100 for which you set a search page and if you check "Search", you will only be able to go to these 2 pages with a search page and nothing more!
If you click on a form field with the "system" context menu, you'll get this:
(It is not recommended to use these functions)
Set text search sets the name of form field associated with the search engine of the website on the search page of the website (if it exists).
Set search button can be used to click automatically on the search button of the search page (not recommended and not universal).
Set click button can be used to set the click button of the submit page (not recommended and not universal).
If you set these buttons, you'll be able to use the "AutoClick" feature (this function is not recommended to use, unless your submissions are safe to do, like with search engines like Google for example). You won't be able to use the "AutoClick" feature without it.
Here, the form is filled (Autofill) then clicked (Autoclick).
The "manual" or "auto" mode, sets the behavior or the "AutoNext" function:
In "Auto" mode, AutoNext will be applied if the "AutoNext" box is checked, in the other case not and even if the box "AutoNext" is checked.
After a box is filled (Autofill) then clicked (Autoclick), if the resulting page is totally loaded, the AutoNext feature will do that the software goes automatically to the next site of your list and loads it to the current browser.
It is also possible to click additionally on "Next Tab", so your submission will be performed with the 10 browsers.
Theorically, it is possible to do a submission that works without human intervention, however this is really not recommended: first it is not always possible to simulate a click on a submit button, but it decreases also your control of the submission (you can make errors) even if you should work faster.
That's why it is really not recommended to check "Autoclick" and "AutoNext".
Adding the good parameters for these options takes time, the result is usually not universal (sometimes it can work and sometimes not).
This function can be interesting if you need to check fastly the result of 50 search engines on the same request, because a lack of control is here not really a big deal.
Here is a screenshot of the software (on Vista)
Description of the commands of the Browser:
(top): delete the "current url from list" in your submission
The arrow loads the current URL (text box below "Loaded Url").
Function of the browser: back.
<this position is given by the number on this screenshot (here it is 1).
Usually this 0 button is used to finish a submission. If all websites have been loaded and when the position of your list reaches again "1", it allows to load again the first website.
check: activate every panels of the browsers: if the current site
has the same position in your list as the website in the next panel,
the software continues to activate the further panel until the software
finds a website with a different position or until all sites are checked.
Other buttons of the main panel:
Simulate a click (you need to save first the button with which you want
to simulate the click with the "system" context menu).
If this box is checked, the software will go to the position of the
last FORM tag it founds when the page is fully loaded (sometimes a
tag can start in the code before it starts visually).
It means that if you click on or if you click on a link in a browser, the next navigation panel will be activated. With this mode, you will save time because you don't need to wait that a page is loaded or you don't need to select the next panel manually.
If the AutoFill option is also checked, you can then fill up forms automatically just if you change your browser panel. Don't use this option if you have problems with your Internet connection or if some sites take time to load because this feature can make the software freeze if you try to fill up a form and if there is no form in the browser because the page is not loaded.
Click on "x" if it happens:
fills the form(s) on the current page in 2 possible cases:
With AutoClick, AutoNext and Gatling Mode checked in the same time, you can freeze your computer, usually if your computer is old or with a bad internet connection: the software will load 10 pages in the same time in 10 browsers.
AutoClick and AutoNext are not safe to use, because there is no real way to stop to submit something wrong if an error happens. Also there is a timer in the software that will stop the software to click or go to the next website after a given amount of time once the current page is loaded, so it is sometimes needed to click manually on a button or to go to the next website yourself. Autoclick is efficient on the most common buttons, but not on all.
The P button is only activated if the option "Add this code for recip generation" is checked.
P: is used to order the "recips" that you will use for your submissions with the HTML code of the text area.
The code of the text area is used and each time that a code <!--recipsupsubmit--> is found, it is replaced with the HTML code of one of your "recips". When there is no more <!--recipsupsubmit--> then the resulting code is pasted in an HTML output. If there is a "recip" code left in your "recip" source, then a new copy of the code of the text area is used and the "recip" codes left are used to replace the <!--recipsupsubmit--> again and again, until there is no more "recip" code left.
If the option "Add this code for recip generation" is checked, then the fact to create files with "recips" ("Urls Settings" >> "Create file") will add to your index webpage the content of text area at the beginning or at the end of the HTML file. Each <!--recipsupsubmit--> will be replaced with a recip code.
Also note that the fact to have a <!--recipsupsubmit--> code in your index file, will do that each time that there is a <!--recipsupsubmit-->, it will be replaced with a recip code. Without the option "Add this code for recip generation" and without a <!--recipsupsubmit--> in your index, a "recip" block is only added at the beginning of the file when your generate your files with "recips".
Splitting each stages of the generation of these files with recips, allows to act at several levels of the generation to have a better control.
If you find that this generation is hard to understand, it is perhaps not very useful in function of your use of the software.
Go2form: Allow to go to FORM tags: you can click several time to go to the position of the next tag.
Sys: If you right click on it: you see the "system" menu but all options are not available.
Cat: If you right click on it: you see the category menu.
Start: Allow to load the next 9 sites in the next 9 browsers, the site of the "Main Browser" is not changed. It is recommended to use this button at the beginning of a submission (and only at this moment).
u: Allow to reload the body source in the memory of the browser. Usually
used to unframe a website.
(This 2 buttons are useful if you need to submit to a site with FRAME. A site with FRAME can be hard to configure.)
d box: display debug informations if you fill up a form.
h box: Allow to fill hidden form fields: usually Supsubmit doesn't try to change them because they are invisible for the user.
The 0 (from the drop down box): change the size of the informations of the navigation bar (bottom of the software):
Each information (field 1 to 5) is given on the full size of the bar.
- Don't use with a resolution lower than 1024x768.
- If you change your screen resolution, and if you maximize your software's screen, A graphical bug can occur. Solution: switch back in window mode, or reboot your computer before you use the software.
- Sometimes there is a bug when you type something in one of your browser just after a first bug. Solution: Close and restart the software (remember to reload your reciprocal files), or you can write what you want to write in a text editor and paste your text using your context menu, or reload your page in another browser window and stop to use the browser window that bugs.
- It's possible to fill FILE inputs in FORMs with Supsubmit, however if this function works pretty well if you have Internet Explorer 7 installed on your computer, this functions may bug if you have Internet Explorer 8 (theorically FILEs input are protected under IE 8).
The result of this function may change a lot from a configuration to another, that's why it is perhaps better that you select your files manually.
you have IE 7, SupSubmit can enter what you want (whether the file exists
or not), with IE 8, you have to specify a file that exists. The insert
mode is not available on FILE inputs with IE 8.
- To prevent bugs, it is recommended to close and restart the application at the end of a submission, before you start a new one.
- To prevent bugs, it is not recommended to click on buttons or links that closes the browsers of the program.
- If you need to use one of the function that needs tags, for example to handle recips, use lowercase tags, (<table> and not <TABLE> for example) in your HTML files. If you need to use uppercase tags, use <!--recipsupsubmit--> to handle recips. For some reasons, the software can detect <BODY> and <body> tags.
- If you try to close the software, if the software is busy, it won't close. If you try to click again, a new dialog box will appear: "Force to close", if you click and close, be sure that the software is out from the memory of your computer with CTRL + ALT + SUPPR and if needed removes the software from your memory.
- Don't try to modify your lists during a submission (update, delete), you will lose your recip datas (but you can of course reload them).
- If you need to delete websites: remember that if several browsers have the same position in the list, if you delete the current "url from list" on a browser then the other browsers will lose their own "url from list" too.
If you bought a licence key (key.ini), add this file in the directory of supsubmit or open the file and use the first line as username and the second line as serial number.
Tested only Vista and XP.
To contact us, go to the contact page (see on the top menu). The technical support is possible on Vista or XP only.
Remember that this software is not free of bugs.