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Why does SilkTest not execute Click(2) on a Java application on Unix via SilkBean?

Why does SilkTest not execute Click(2) on a Java application on Unix via SilkBean?

On a Windows based system calling Click (2) will execute a click of the right hand mouse button. When applied to a Unix system this does not execute correctly. This is because the mouse for a Unix system is different and has by default three buttons as opposed to the standard two for a Windows system.
The numbering system on the Unix mouse, from left to right is 1, 2 and 3.

On a Windows PC, a call such as

window.Click(2)

 

needs to become the following on a Unix system.

window.Click(3)


 

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