Originally Posted by Tomstery
@md me has a lazier idea (which is good) using a chrome app to assist me, I wouldn't know what this script would be or how to make it or even the language, but then I also wouldn't know where to make chrome send the info. I'm really new to this.scene, I Story for being such a newbie :/
as far as finding it on the non-mobile site, use jQuery or document.querySelectorAll() to hit elements using CSS selectors. grab the .value or.innerHTML of the elements, and add it into an output collection.
you can store your collected values in localStorage or use my download function at http://danml.com/ks/download.js
to save a string to the local computer as a file.
at any rate, it sounds scary and complex when you list it all out, but each step is relatively simple. if you have a question about a specific part of the problem not working after you tried a few things yourself, post the code and we can dig you out of whatever hole you find yourself in.
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