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Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

double click on desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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double click on desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

double click on desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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double click on desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

will double click on desktop window with coordinates

Declaration
				
					Then double click on desktop window with coordinates "280" and "350"
				
			
				
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Remarks
  1. This step performs a click action on the element specified by “element_name” within the desktop window.
  2. Working when we are passing coordinates after calculating from focused element
Restriction
  1. Ensure that “element_name” is a valid and unique identifier for the element you want to click on. Make sure the element is visible and clickable before attempting the click action.
  2. The element with the name “element_name” should be clickable, and it should be possible to click it to the specified coordinates (x, y) in the desktop window.
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Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

hover over desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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hover over desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

hover over desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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hover over desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

will hover over desktop window with coordinates

Declaration
				
					Then hover over desktop window with coordinates "280" and "350"
				
			
				
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Remarks
  1. This step performs a click action on the element specified by “element_name” within the desktop window.
  2. Working when we are passing coordinates after calculating from focused element
Restriction
  1. Ensure that “element_name” is a valid and unique identifier for the element you want to click on. Make sure the element is visible and clickable before attempting the click action.
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Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

drag element in desktop window with xCords {string} and yCords {string} and drop to xCords {string} and yCords {string}

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drag element in desktop window with xCords {string} and yCords {string} and drop to xCords {string} and yCords {string}

drag element in desktop window with xCords {string} and yCords {string} and drop to xCords {string} and yCords {string}

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drag element in desktop window with xCords {string} and yCords {string} and drop to xCords {string} and yCords {string}

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

will drag element from first x and y coordinate and drop to second x and y coordinate

Declaration
				
					Then drag element in desktop window with xCords "x1" and yCords "y1" and drop to xCords "x2" and yCords "x2"
				
			
				
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Remarks
  1. This step performs a click action on the element specified by “element_name” within the desktop window.
  2. Working when we are passing coordinates after calculating from focused element in both the cases, second x,y coordinates will be calculated from first x,y coordinates.
Restriction
  1. Ensure that “element_name” is a valid and unique identifier for the element you want to click on. Make sure the element is visible and clickable before attempting the click action.
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Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

right click on desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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right click on desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

right click on desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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right click on desktop window with coordinates {string} and {string}

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will right click on the desktop with coordinates.

Declaration
				
					Then right click on desktop window with coordinates "280" and "350"
				
			
				
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Remarks
  1. This step performs a click action on the element specified by “element_name” within the desktop window.
Restriction
  1. Ensure that “element_name” is a valid and unique identifier for the element you want to click on. Make sure the element is visible and clickable before attempting the click action.
  2. The element with the name “element_name” should be clickable, and it should be possible to click it to the specified coordinates (x, y) in the desktop window.
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Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

click on desktop window element at current cursor location for {string} times

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click on desktop window element at current cursor location for {string} times

click on desktop window element at current cursor location for {string} times

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click on desktop window element at current cursor location for {string} times

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Description
Will click on the current desktop window multiple times
Declaration
				
					Then click on desktop window element at current cursor location for "5" times
				
			
				
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Remarks

NILL

Restriction
  1. Make sure the element is visible and clickable
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Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

right click on current pointer location in desktop window

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right click on current pointer location in desktop window

right click on current pointer location in desktop window

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right click on current pointer location in desktop window

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Given, When, And, Then

Description
will right click at the current cursor location
Declaration
				
					Then right click on current pointer location in desktop window
				
			
				
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Remarks

NILL

Restriction

NILL

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Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

drag element {string} in desktop window to the element{string} with offset of xcord {string} and ycord {string}

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drag element {string} in desktop window to the element{string} with offset of xcord {string} and ycord {string}

drag element {string} in desktop window to the element{string} with offset of xcord {string} and ycord {string}

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drag element {string} in desktop window to the element{string} with offset of xcord {string} and ycord {string}

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Description

Will drag the element with the specified element in the desktop window to the provided offset of xCord coordinate.

Declaration
				
					Then drag element "insertedRectangularShape" in desktop window to the element"F7_Cell" with offset of xcord "x1" and ycord "y1"
				
			
				
					  <elements>
  <element>
    <name>F7_Cell</name>
    <type>NAME</type>
    <value>F7</value>
  </element>
  <element>
    <name>insertedRectangularShape</name>
    <type>XPATH</type>
    <value>//*[@Name='Rectangle 1' and @LocalizedControlType='shape']</value>
  </element>
  </elements>
				
			
				
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Remarks
  1. The element with the name “element_name” should be draggable, and it should be possible to drag it to the specified coordinates (x, y) in the desktop window.
Restriction
  1. Ensure that “element_name” is a valid and unique identifier for the element you want to double-click on. Make sure the element is visible and clickable before attempting the double-click action.
Categories
Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

double click on current pointer location in desktop window

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double click on current pointer location in desktop window

double click on current pointer location in desktop window

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double click on current pointer location in desktop window

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will double click on the current cursor location.

Declaration
				
					Then double click on current pointer location in desktop window
				
			
				
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Remarks
  1. The Windows Application Driver (WinAppDriver) installed on your machine. You can download it from the  WinAppDriver v1.2.1.
  2. A windows machine with the desktop application you want to test installed.
  3. Inspect.exe should be present on your system to inspect the element of desktop application under test (Inspect .exe is a part of Microsoft SDK).
  4. Default winAppDriver location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Application Driver
Restriction
  1. Element and application file should be in xml format.
Categories
Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

scroll to the desktop window element {string} to make it visible on screen

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scroll to the desktop window element {string} to make it visible on screen

scroll to the desktop window element {string} to make it visible on screen

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scroll to the desktop window element {string} to make it visible on screen

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Given, When, And, Then

Description
Will scroll to the specified element present in the desktop window to make it visible on the screen.
Declaration
				
					Then scroll to the desktop window element "projectTimelineListItem" to make it visible on screen
				
			
				
					  <elements>
  <element>
    <name>projectTimelineListItem</name>
    <type>XPATH</type>
    <value>//*[@Name='Project timeline' and @LocalizedControlType='List Item']</value>
  </element>
  </elements>
				
			
				
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Remarks
  1. This step scrolls the element with the name “element_name” to make it visible in the desktop window.
Restriction
  1. The element with the name “element_name” should be accessible and scrollable in the desktop window.
  2. Ensure that “element_name” is a valid and unique identifier. Make sure the element is visible and clickable before attempting the any action.
Categories
Desktop application operations Mouse Events Operation

drag element {string} in desktop window to the element {string}

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drag element {string} in desktop window to the element {string}

drag element {string} in desktop window to the element {string}

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drag element {string} in desktop window to the element {string}

Keyword

Given, When, And, Then

Description
Will drag the element with the specified element in the desktop window
Declaration
				
					Then drag element "insertedRectangularShape" in desktop window to the element "F7_Cell"
				
			
				
					  <elements>
  <element>
    <name>F7_Cell</name>
    <type>NAME</type>
    <value>F7</value>
  </element>
  <element>
    <name>insertedRectangularShape</name>
    <type>XPATH</type>
    <value>//*[@Name='Rectangle 1' and @LocalizedControlType='shape']</value>
  </element>
  </elements>
				
			
				
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Remarks
  1. The element with the name “element_name” should be draggable, and it should be possible to drag it to the specified element in the desktop window.
Restriction
  1. Ensure that “element_name” is a valid and unique identifier for the element you want to click on. Make sure the element is visible and clickable before attempting the click action.

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