Drafting Out of Position with Google Chrome Topic

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Posted by zubinsum on 12/9/2012 7:33:00 PM (view original):
Posted by dahsdebater on 12/9/2012 3:03:00 PM (view original):
It's a javascript link, but it should work:

javascript:SelectPlayer(11,2152231,"Bonds","Barry",1998,0,0,-1) to javascript:SelectPlayer(3,2152231,"Bonds","Barry",1998,0,0,-1), hit enter and run the script.
I stand corrected.  That works.
This is how I've normally done it, but it also doesn't work on all browsers, so I still use this most often, but occasionally have to resort to one of the other methods or another browser...
12/10/2012 12:27 AM
BAM? What does the Brooklyn Academy of Music have to do with it ? (I used to live around the corner from it).
12/10/2012 10:58 AM
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Actually I would like someone to follow me around playing the music to HBO "Boxing After Dark" as I go about my daily routines. That mariachi band that follows me around instead gets tiresome after a while:  (the band shows up at 9:50 of the second clip).



4/27/2013 8:43 AM (edited)
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I don't know if I didn't do it right or what

Microsoft edge, any hints?
4/14/2016 11:18 PM
I just did it this morning with Edge. Had a DH only player I wanted to play 1B.

Select an Optional spot in the draft center and then search for the player you want.
Go to the URL in the address bar and change the spot= to whatever position you need. C=1, 1B=2, 2B=3 and so on...I've pasted the URL with the spot= bolded so you can see where in the URL you need to change it.

4/15/2016 10:50 AM
welp, that didn't work for me, but boogerlips first post did

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