The purpose of this project is to create a script that can go through the Steam community system ([url removed, login to view]) and invite everybody who is in a particular group to my group. The users are listed in a page and to invite each user you click on their name, then click “invite to group.?? Then once the individual is invited it moves back to the previous page, clicks on the next user, and invites him. Once the page is done, it moves to the next page automatically. Once all pages are done then it will be finished with that group. The script needs to effectively do all of the above tasks automatically. You can find an in depth guide to how this script needs to work in the attached zip file. That discusses all of the potential scenarios the script can face, etc. If you have any questions please post them here and I'll respond asap! :) ***NOTE: If you're using the username/password enclosed in the attachment to log in and test the system the name is case sensitive. You need to enter Qaintol for it to work.***
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I'd like it to be able to run in both Windows Vista and Windows XP. If running it on both platforms makes it too complex (not sure if it requires extra coding) then just having it compatible with windows XP is fine.