Not that I condone automating password entry (), but I would note that using the Fake web browser allows you to carry out web site interactions much more easily and with much more reliability than any other Mac scripting option I’ve tried so far; though I suspect some commercial enterprise testing solutions may exist that provide even more functionality and reliability.
In the past, I’ve tried to script Safari and Chrome to do various things, and anything beyond the most basic seemed to quickly fall foul of timing or interaction issues. At some point I discovered Fake and it made things so much easier. Whilst Safari and Chrome have potentially improved since I last tried, since using Fake, I’ve never gone back to trying with anything else.
Right. What I’m trying to point you towards is how you can tell the computer a specific location. Both selenium and keyboard maestro allow you to in effect say get me the login input box and fill it with this data.
Both require an understanding of how websites work (query selectors) but it I don’t know of a way more effective than either option.