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techshivam Trusted Contributor.
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Double click issue in Truclient Chrome

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Hello All, Anyone know or faced a similar issue while scripting on Truclient: Chrome. The double clicks steps are not working while replay. It record it well, it can identify objects, but in step replay, it is not working. Manually in TC browser, it is working fine. Any know fix for the issue ? Please comment if known. Thanks!

 

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Edo Nir Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Double click issue in Truclient Chrome

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Hi, techshivam,

After verification, there is a real issue here. I have taken note of this and we will fix it in a future release.

Thank you for pointing the issue out and helping to make TruClient better 🙂

 

I would suggest the following workaround:

  • Drag an "Evaluate JS on Object" step into your script from the Toolbox
  • Point the step to the desired object
  • Add the following code to the step:
    var event = new MouseEvent('dblclick', {
        'view': window,
        'bubbles': true,
        'cancelable': true
      });
    object.dispatchEvent(event);
    Edo
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AvniLior Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Double click issue in Truclient Chrome

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Hi

R&D are working on identifying the issue and will reply once investigation is completed.

Thank you,

Lior

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Edo Nir Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Double click issue in Truclient Chrome

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Hi, techshivam,

After verification, there is a real issue here. I have taken note of this and we will fix it in a future release.

Thank you for pointing the issue out and helping to make TruClient better 🙂

 

I would suggest the following workaround:

  • Drag an "Evaluate JS on Object" step into your script from the Toolbox
  • Point the step to the desired object
  • Add the following code to the step:
    var event = new MouseEvent('dblclick', {
        'view': window,
        'bubbles': true,
        'cancelable': true
      });
    object.dispatchEvent(event);
    Edo
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