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javascript:list = document.getElementById('friend_add_main').parentNode.childNodes;for(var i=1; i<list.length; i++) { id = list[i].id.substr(11); CSS.removeClass($("addToFLRequests_"+id), 'addToFLRequests_Hidden');document.getElementById("add_to_friend_list_widget_select_"+id).selectedIndex = 1;document.getElementById("add_to_friend_list_widget_select_"+id).onchange();handle_request_click("friend_add", id, "accept");} This, like the all-in-one-step listed here: http://ibneko.livejournal.com/740242.html, adds each request into the first friend list (if you want the second friends list, change ".selectedIndex = 1" to ".selectedIndex = 2". Third list, do 3, etc.), then confirms each person as a friend.
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...and there's no way to add the Ad Manager application once you remove it ('cause there's no obvious link to the application page), here's the link to the "application".

http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=6802152230

Mind, it's not necessary to add it in order to make / setup ads. It just makes it a little more convenient to access and stuff.


Also, it bothers me that there's no way for me to remove my credit card information, even though the transaction for my recent advertising request has already been completed. This is a problem, 'cause if anyone get into my account, they could potentially advertise random stuff and cost me quite a bit... (I think there's a daily spending limit, but I also think it's somewhere in the $250s. Which is a lot of money per day.)
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Because when you have 30+ new friends on facebook, all from one source, and you _reaaaally_ don't want to slowly accept each and every one:

copy/paste into your browser address bar:
set them all to friend list 1 (limited profile)
javascript:list = document.getElementById('friend_add_main').parentNode.childNodes;for(var i=1; i<list.length; i++) {    id = list[i].id.substr(6);        document.getElementById("add_to_friend_list_widget_select_"+id).selectedIndex = 1;document.getElementById("add_to_friend_list_widget_select_"+id).onchange();}

Then Accept everyone.
javascript:list = document.getElementById('friend_add_main').parentNode.childNodes;for(var i=1; i<list.length; i++) {    id = list[i].id.substr(6);        click_add_friend(id, 0, 0, '', 'accept', 'Confirm', 'Does Not Attend', 'I Don\'t Know');}

Or you can do it all in one step, if you're only doing one, limited profile list (I did 2 per person, so..):
javascript:list = document.getElementById('friend_add_main').parentNode.childNodes;for(var i=1; i<list.length; i++) {    id = list[i].id.substr(6);        document.getElementById("add_to_friend_list_widget_select_"+id).selectedIndex = 1;document.getElementById("add_to_friend_list_widget_select_"+id).onchange();click_add_friend(id, 0, 0, '', 'accept', 'Confirm', 'Does Not Attend', 'I Don\'t Know');}


Here's the code, reformatted to read nicer:
javascript:
list = document.getElementById('friend_add_main').parentNode.childNodes;
for(var i=1; i<list.length; i++)
{
    id = list[i].id.substr(6);
    document.getElementById("add_to_friend_list_widget_select_"+id).selectedIndex = 1;
    document.getElementById("add_to_friend_list_widget_select_"+id).onchange();
    click_add_friend(id, 0, 0, '', 'accept', 'Confirm', 'Does Not Attend', 'I Don\'t Know');
}


Props to TJ M. for coming up with most of it. I was being relatively lazy.
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They apparently host a cpan mirror. http://cpan.mirror.facebook.com/. Props to them.
ibneko: (Default)
"Now there are two Facebooks: one for people in college and one for people in high school."
...how are they going to verify that people are really in a high school, given that most people don't have an e-mail address that connects them to their high school....?

Huh. The college and high school sites are completely separate. Nobody in high school can search for you, see your profile or even send you a message. You can't interact with them either, but you can help your friends in high school get on facebook by inviting them to join.
Righty then... I've got 7 invites.

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