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The difference between doubleClick and doubleClickAt with no coordString argument

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The difference between doubleClick and doubleClickAt with no coordString argument

Post by freesky on Wed Apr 13, 2011 5:15 pm

There is a button on a web page,when you click the button,it will popup a window,it likes a table,there are a lot of rows in it.You must double click one of the rows to select the data.So I used the
"
doubleClick(locator)" to simulate the action,but it only select the first row every time.
Then I used "
doubleClickAt(locator,coordString)" and I didn't use the "coordString" argument in IDE.Unbelievable I can select other rows.I'm puzzled.I though doubleClick is the same as the doubleClickAt with no coordString argument.
Please tell me why?

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Re: The difference between doubleClick and doubleClickAt with no coordString argument

Post by freesky on Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:46 am

doubleClickAt = mouseDown + doubleClick

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