Issue with an element on a viewable part of the screen

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Issue with an element on a viewable part of the screen

Postby LMooney » Wed Jan 16, 2019 11:40 am

Hello.

Must an element that I want to touch or read or set be on the visible part of the screen?

I'm unable to find any way to scroll up or down, and somehow I think this is a connected issue.

Any ideas.

Thanks
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Re: Issue with an element on a viewable part of the screen

Postby eValid » Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:46 am

LMooney wrote:Hello.

Must an element that I want to touch or read or set be on the visible part of the screen?

I'm unable to find any way to scroll up or down, and somehow I think this is a connected issue.

Any ideas.

Thanks


Thanks for posting your question LMooney.

Actually, you can touch or read or set any DOM value on the web page you are working with, INDEPENDENT of where it is rendered on the screen.

In fact, you can even do that when the browser is fully minimized -- with no screen content at all!

This can be very useful because you don't even have to watch the page on the desktop at all: your test can be "invisible" and still 100% effective.

Here is an example DOM manipulation command:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... event.html

Regular monitoring-type users of eValid often take advantage of this because it won't clutter up the screen of the machine doing the monitoring.


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