john_berman Absent Member.
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Windows Save As dialog

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I'm using Silk Test Workbench, and am having trouble identifying a 'Save As' dialog that pops up when saving a download from the application I'm testing. When I click on the dialog during recording, it doesn't capture the screen preview. I've tried recapturing (identifying) from the application several times, but each time it doesn't save the screen preview.

Does anybody know what I should try next please?

Thanks

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JohnG2 Absent Member.
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RE: Windows Save As dialog

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If there are no steps recorded at all when interacting with the dialog you could try creating a separate application configuration for the dialog.  In the visual test Start step go to the Application Configuration properties, click the "Select application to add its application configuration" button, and then select the dialog from the list... that should allow the dialog to be recognised.

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RE: Windows Save As dialog

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Have you tried inserting a Using step (Insert > Using), and also ensured that Steps & Screens are being displayed (View > Test Steps > Steps and Screens).

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john_berman Absent Member.
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RE: Windows Save As dialog

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Hi JohnG

Thanks for the advice, but still no joy. I've tried several ways of identifying the dialog box, but it still can't be recognised.

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JohnG2 Absent Member.
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RE: Windows Save As dialog

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If there are no steps recorded at all when interacting with the dialog you could try creating a separate application configuration for the dialog.  In the visual test Start step go to the Application Configuration properties, click the "Select application to add its application configuration" button, and then select the dialog from the list... that should allow the dialog to be recognised.

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