Projects table

Table of contents


This table displays all information about the current state of the added projects.

Columns (default)


The current state of the project.

There are several possible statuses, all of them are described under the spoiler below.


Описание статуса


Описание статуса

Just added
You have just added this project and it has not received any assignments yet.

The project is being run.

The project is in progress.


For example, you need to free up computer resources occupied by a poster. You can stop the project (s), then its settings will not change, just it will stop running. To continue working, press "Start" in the Main Menu. The project is stopped gently, i.e. projects running at the time of shutdown will be completed. You can interrupt the execution without waiting for the current projects to be completed. To do this, click on the added project and select "Interrupt" in the context menu.


After pressing "Stop", the project will stop when it completes the last task. Until that moment, it will be in the "Stopping" state


The project has successfully completed all tasks. Or came out upon reaching the required number of successful accomplishments.

Execution ended with errors

The maximum number of unsuccessful project executions in a row has been reached. You can specify the number of consecutive unsuccessful project executions, after reaching which the project will enter this state. This may be necessary if the project consumes some valuable resource. In order not to find that all the money on the account of the captcha recognition service ran out due to the fact that the site changed the registration form while you were sleeping, use this setting.


The project is scheduled and is waiting for new tasks to come from the Schedule planner. The date and time of the next run can be seen in the same Table in the column “Next run”.


The project enters this state when the project file has been deleted. It is displayed in the list of projects, but it is not on the hard disk, you need to specify a new location for the project file.

Not enough proxy

The project is temporarily not running because there are no proxies it needs in ProxyChecker. When proxies appear, it will continue to work.

Run instance

This column displays information about whether a browser is used in the project and, if used, its type. If the project works without a browser, then this column will be empty.

Also, in this column, nothing will be displayed for the newly added projects.

The project uses Chrome.

The project uses Firefox.


The name is formed based on the name of the project file.

Can be changed via the context menu or using a hotkey F2


It displays whether the project uses input settings. If there are no icons next to the project in this column, then the project has no settings.

Also, in this column, nothing will be displayed for the newly added projects.

The project uses settings based on classic input settings.

The project uses settings based on the bot interface (BotUI).


Project progress as a percentage. It is calculated as the ratio of remaining attempts to execution (set in “How much to do”, on the Settings tab) to successful attempts.


The number of successfully completed executions.


The number of scheduled execution attempts.


The number of threads running for the task.


The maximum number of threads allowed for a task.


If work through a proxy was selected on the Settings tab, the selected mode will be displayed in this column.

Take proxies from ProxyChecker, if possible. If there are no available proxies, the project will be run without a proxy and work will be done using your real ip address.

Use (without deletion)
Proxies will be taken from the live list, but will not be removed from it.


Proxies will be taken from the live list and removed.


The selected priority for the template is displayed here and can be set in the Settings tab.


Exposed labels (labels, tags) for the project. There may be several. Using labels, you can filter the displayed projects, for more information on this in the article You can set side menu in the Settings tab.

You can set it in the Settings tab.

Next run

If a schedule is configured for the project, this column will display the date and time of the next run (or a dash if the project is already running).

Columns (hidden)

How to turn it on?

To display (or, conversely, hide) the columns, you need to right-click on the heading of any of the columns and select the required one.

File path

The full path to the project file will be displayed here.


The rules by which proxies will be taken from ProxyChecker can be set in the Settings tab.

Number of failures in a row

The number of unsuccessful executions in a row.

Time when it was added

When this project was added to the Project Table.


If you have purchased projects (which were sold to you through your Personal Account), then this column will display a notification about the availability of an update for the template.

Subscription ends

If you received a template through your Personal Account, the subscription expiration date will be displayed here.

Other possibilities


By clicking on any of the headings, you can sort the contents of the table by it.


You can arrange the columns of the table as you like. To do this, click on the title and drag the column to the desired location.

Context menu

Clicking on the project with the right mouse button will open the context menu. It is described in more detail in the article Context Menu