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Selenium IDE: test of UI with Pop-ups

Selenium IDE: test of UI with Pop-ups

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I need to test User Interface, and it comes to the point that a pop up appears on a screen that offers to save or to open a Word document. What would the command of Selenium IDE into my script allow to run a recorded scenario in order to get clicked automatically one of Yes/No buttons on that pop up window ?

RE: Selenium IDE: test of UI with Pop-ups


It's possible that the 'clickAt' command might be able to do this, if you know (or can calculate) the position of the popup.

However, my gut feeling is that it probably won't work, but it's worth a crack.

The 'clickAt' command aside, I'm not sure you'll be able to do this in the IDE sad

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RE: Selenium IDE: test of UI with Pop-ups

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Unfortunately, I cannot build my test on an assumption that popup will appear at the same place all the time. I'd guess Selenium IDE wouldn't be a solution for that specific scenario. Thank you for your suggestion anyway

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