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What SilkTest call can you make to close a window using the "x" button in the upper right hand corner?

What SilkTest call can you make to close a window using the "x" button in the upper right hand corner?

The Close method attempts to close the window by trying the following events, in this sequence, stopping when the window closes:

1 If a Close method is defined for the window, call it. Even if this method does not close the window, none of the following steps are executed.

2 Call window.SysMenu.Close.Pick () (on platforms and windows that have system menus).

3 If the window is a dialog, type the keys specified in OPT_CLOSE_DIALOG_KEYS and wait one second for the dialog to close.

4 If there is a single button in the window, click that button.

5 Click the list of buttons specified with OPT_CLOSE_WINDOW_BUTTONS.

6 Select the menus specified with OPT_CLOSE_WINDOW_MENUS.

Option 5 will close the window by pressing the "x" button in the upper right hand corner.

To see the list of button"s listed under OPT_CLOSE_WINDOW_BUTTONS. select "Options \ Agent" then the Close Tab.

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