Jun 29, 2009

Automatic birthday wishes on facebook

here we go yet again...another update. This time, aimed at trying to make the whole thing less complicated for people, and also remove the whole linux limitation thing as opposed to the older version that I put up three months ago. The response to this has been quite positive...

presenting... keyku 

This new version has been setup as a facebook application and not a hack, so it's more elegant this time, and errr.... a bit more...legal let's say (the old version violated the facebook terms of use a little...this one does not)

setup instructions can be found on the application page

feel free to drop in there and tinker around, suggest features, flame the discussion board etc :P

have fun.

once again, thanks to Dave Tompkins for his help.

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

sweeet dude!

sammy j said...

thank you very much...simple, elegant and it works! this is perfect for me.

Anonymous said...

it works!

SoE said...

of course it does

Anonymous said...

nicely done mate.

Anymatters said...

thanks, i've tried already. pls accept my friend request (Jeffry Liando) you can see my video of how to apply it. one question, can we automate this process everyday without opening the command prompt?

Mat said...

I receive this error message:

keyku [v0.01] ERROR: GetMe
[1] An unknown error occurred (out of memory)

after reading, it appear that cause is because i've more than 2000 friends.
(Source: http://fbcmd.dtompkins.com/bugs)

But "there is a potential workaround but it will require a significant redesign of how FLISTS are handled" as written on same page..

Could you check this?

This app is more usefull for people having lit of friends...

Thanks,

Mat

Anonymous said...

you may try this too http://indikabandara19.blogspot.com/2010/05/facebook-automatic-birthday-wishes.html

aliul said...

I'm not too great about remembering birthdays so I use birthdayFB. It let's you pre-schedule happy birthday fb wall posts. http://bityhdayfb.com

Anonymous said...

Does keyku still works?

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