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GanCW
Resolver II
Resolver II

Unclickable/selectable UI object

One of the webpages brings up a confirmation 'window' which the PAD UI selector cannot detect

 

Download-OK.JPG

 

When I use the UI capture it is not able to detect the OK/Cancel buttons. Instead it shows the UI control behind the buttons

 

The Web and Windows recorder are not able to register the click on OK action.

 

Any idea why ? 

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@Expiscornovus ,

Thanks for the advice.  I did try to use move mouse to image but somehow the button seems to be invisible and cannot be matched ?!  The 2 lines of text above the button however can be matched. So as a temporary workaround I matched the text and specify an offset to move the mouse to the button.

 

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Expiscornovus
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Hi @GanCW,

 

I believe that is a browser prompt which is triggered via javascript.
https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_win_prompt.asp

Normally the OK and Cancel buttons are not defined. 

 

Maybe you can try and use the move mouse to image (create an image of the OK button) and left click? 

 

@Expiscornovus ,

Thanks for the advice.  I did try to use move mouse to image but somehow the button seems to be invisible and cannot be matched ?!  The 2 lines of text above the button however can be matched. So as a temporary workaround I matched the text and specify an offset to move the mouse to the button.

 

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