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Scripts not working properly on XP ?

CompuwareQA (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
19 Sep 05 12:26
I need to use my laptop on which I have XP and I am trying to backup all the scripts which I have recorded on a 2000 machine. When I try to run the scripts on XP which have been recorded already on the 2000 none of them work.
Problems encountered are:
When working on 2000 I have been deleting the "EditClick..." from the script after recording and when the sript is run, it does 'Pass' perfectly without any problem. But when the same script is 'Run' on the XP machine the script fails to identifies the next field and tries to populate the same field where the cursor is placed.
This is the major issue as of now.
What would you suggest the best solution for this would be?
1. Revisit all the scripts (30 odd) and edit with the "EditClick" ?
2. Any Function that you think might work ?

Please help.

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