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I have a script that is used to fill in a form on a webpage. It is attached using a browser extension to the page.
The form itself has been created using AngularJS, and in order for filled in fields to actually be detected/update event trigger when the form is submitted, they need to using the code "[login to view URL](element).triggerHandler('change')".
In order for this to work however, the script needs to be able to access the Angular object. At the time the form was written, this was done by accessing "[login to view URL]" (so the full code for the above is "[login to view URL](element).triggerHandler('change')"), however this technique seems to no longer work.
I need somebody who can work out how to get this form-filling script to work: how to access the Angular object and force the elements to update. The job is only complete once the fields in the form are filled in by the script and update appropriately so that the form submits without any errors.
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Hi. Interesting situation, is it possible to just set up a timer that triggers the updates say every second or so.? Because im not sure why the other method stopped working this would be fastest.