Parameters after API key: Store captcha for report (0-1), Case sensitive (0-1), Phrase (0-1), Math (0-1), Type (0 - not specified, 1 - numeric, 2 - letters, 3 - both), priority (1-20), Response wait, Max. response time.
All parameters after URL are optional.
For reporting incorrect captcha text: 9kw('captchatext'[,'apikey'])
All, has anyone experienced an issue with version 1.1 or 1.2 of the 9kw plugin returning the variable %cap% with a blank entry? When I first tested this it seemed to work with version 1.0. I ran a wireshark capture and the capture confirmed the correct response..."OK|answer".
I can replace the code with ""cap",captcha(" using the SimpleCaptcha plugin and will be prompted for the answer, that answer will properly populate the %cap% variable.
Maybe it returns response but in a different format than earlier, therefore it's broken now. Anyways, you have the source code available so you can always fix and recompile it. Or alternatively (if you don't care about reporting bad captcha), you can configure 9kw.eu service in GSA Captcha Breaker (if you don't plan to buy it then say that to me via PM and I'll tell you how to avoid that ) and use it via its plugin, which is of course a way easier thing to do.
Thank you, I will dig into the source code. I am just learning the syntax for unibot, do you have an example for how 9kw captcha reporting is done, also along the same note is there a syntactical way to eval two captcha services?
Here's a simple example of using 2captcha plugin (but the latest version - for v1.5) and reporting bad captcha text (the same principle of course applies to the 9kw plugin), just do a right click on the following link and select "Save As...": raw.githubusercontent.com/MikiSoft/UniBot/master/2captcha_test.ini And yeah UniBot allows you to use as many plugins as you want for one config, so you can use two or more captcha solving services i.e. combine them (but you would of course just need plugins where each of its own uses different service); or if you're using GSA Captcha Breaker then you would use only one plugin for it, and in that tool itself combine the services (unlike in the first case where you do that in the config). P.S. Before doing modifications to some captcha solving service plugin, note that on their sites you can find explanation of how your program (in this case - plugin) should interact with their API, so you have to just go there (and log in if required) and study that first. P.S.S. If you're planning to use UniBot v1.5 then you should have the latest stable version of it, which you can get also by sending me a PM here. If you use the unstable one which is in Releases section here, then it's possibly causing the problem you're facing with the plugin, so in that case it's not the problem with it but with that buggy version of the tool.