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O Denizens of the Cloister of the Fruit of the Oyster,

Using LWP::UserAgent, when I look at the content of a page that has lots of Ajaxy stuff, I see the Javascript, but not the results of the Javascript.

In some cases, I need to see the final page, after all the Javascript has altered the page. Is there a way to get this from the U.A.?

For the present, I have switched over to using IE as driven by Win32::OLE, but if it is possible to do in LWP, or some other more Perlish way, I would rather do that.

Also (in a somewhat related question) I have searched CPAN for 'Greasemonkey' related scripts, but find nothing. Is anyone doing anything that simulates Greasemonkey for LWP scripts?

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