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Toylover
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Screenshot issues

I made a flow that takes a screenshot of a Wayback machine capture then goes to the next one and repeats the process.

The issue is that sometimes the screenshot comes out odd. The top bar appears in the middle of the image.

When I ran the flow to take 50 screenshots of 50 captures.

16 of them had the bar in the middle.

How do I fix this?

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With top bar

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Without top bar (Normal)

My flow

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VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

See if you are able to detect this button and close the top bar if it is not needed.

 

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I am also suspecting that when the number of sections in the results are more, then the top bar automatically floats down on the page and therefore appears in the screenshot.

If you can see the "Top Downloaded lately" appears in the first screenshot and has the bar, but the second screenshot doesn't have this section and so does not have the bar.

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VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

Open the selector window for that Ui element and see if you are able to get something that shows the "You are here..."

 

This is just an example of the selector window.

 

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On the right hand side in the list of attributes check if it gives the "You are here.." values.

If so then you can get that value using "Get details of element on web page". In the Attribute name of this action give the attribute that you see on the above window.

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VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

See if you are able to detect this button and close the top bar if it is not needed.

 

VJR_0-1671514729263.png

 

 

I am also suspecting that when the number of sections in the results are more, then the top bar automatically floats down on the page and therefore appears in the screenshot.

If you can see the "Top Downloaded lately" appears in the first screenshot and has the bar, but the second screenshot doesn't have this section and so does not have the bar.

Toylover
Frequent Visitor

The way I set the flow is that it uses the blue triangle to go to the next one. So if I close it I can not go to the next one.

Any other ideas on how to make this work?

Also is there a way to have powerautomate reload a tab automatically? This way the bar will come back.

VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

The "Go to webpage" action has a Reload webpage option.

Toylover
Frequent Visitor

ok, thanks!

One quick question how to see the text highlighted in the below image in powerautomate?

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VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

You did not say how did you get that text :). Ok I figured it out over a mouse hover.

Are you able to add an UI element of the area where it says Dec 11? If so see if you can extract data from that UI element using the regular data extraction actions in PAD.

 

Another option is to right click on that page and click View Source. Do a Ctrl F, find for "You are here".

Find the id of that element and use "Run a javascript for webpage". 

Then get the value of that element by doing something like this 

document.getElementById("YourElementNameHere"); 

Read this into a javascript variable to see if it gives the desired value.

 

Toylover
Frequent Visitor

You get the text with mouse hover.

I add a  UI element of the area where it says "11". What data extraction action should I use for getting the text?

 

VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

Open the selector window for that Ui element and see if you are able to get something that shows the "You are here..."

 

This is just an example of the selector window.

 

VJR_1-1671703769880.png

 

On the right hand side in the list of attributes check if it gives the "You are here.." values.

If so then you can get that value using "Get details of element on web page". In the Attribute name of this action give the attribute that you see on the above window.

Toylover
Frequent Visitor

oh ok thanks

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