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README.md

AutoCaptcha for Chrome/Firefox

Simple extension to fill in the captcha at academics.vit.ac.in.

Installation

Chrome

Download from the Chrome Web Store - AutoCaptcha for Chrome

Firefox

Download from the Firefox Add-ons website - AutoCaptcha for Firefox

Manual Installation

Chrome

  1. Download the extension - AutoCaptcha for Chrome

  2. Click on the three lines shown on the top-right corner in your browser, which will open a menu for you. Click on “Settings.” You will be redirected to your browser’s settings page.

  3. Once on the Settings page, click on the “Extensions” link given in the left-hand side of your screen. It will take you to the extensions page that shows all the extensions you have installed in your browser.

  4. On the extensions page, you should see a checkbox on the top saying “Developer mode.” Click on it.

  5. Drag the .crx file and drop it onto the extensions page.

  6. Once you have dropped the file, it will ask if you want to add the extension to your browser. Click on “Add” to manually install the extension.

  7. Visit the any of academics.vit.ac.in pages and the captcha should be auto-filled for you. Voila.

Firefox

  1. Download the extension - AutoCaptcha for Firefox

  2. Click on the three lines shown on the top-right corner in your browser, which will open a menu for you. Click on Add-ons.” You will be redirected to your browser’s Add-ons page.

  3. Once on the Add-ons page, click on the gear icon on the top-right corner of the screen.

  4. Select "Install Add-on From File.." and select the file you just downloaded.

  5. Click on "Install Now". You should get a notification in the top left corner saying the Add-on was install successfully.

  6. Visit the any of academics.vit.ac.in pages and the captcha should be auto-filled for you. Voila.

Bugs and feature requests

Have a bug or a feature request? If your problem or idea is not addressed yet, please open a new issue.

Contributing and License

Contribute away. Let's see them PRs.

Code released under the MIT license.

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