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In case of this kind of problems where I might have to use a loop, is it always a necessity to add keyRelease after every keyPress? Load the page Search for the element Scroll down and goto 2 Basically you repeatedly scroll down and search for the element until it is found or you reach the bottom of the page.
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Firefox profile is the collection of settings, customization, add-ons and other personalization Mukherjee Aug 3 ’17 at 7: My code is working fine just by adding keyRelease.
Here is a sample code import java.
We can use the method mousePress like robot. Post as a guest Name. Step 5 Open index. Email Required, but never shown. Hello Jeff, Thank you very much as the solution you gave for my problem is absolutely right and the piece of code ieypressnative provided worked absolutely fine.
I have another question though for this issue. I mean what are the drawbacks compared to the procedure that you suggested? Unable to locate element: Here is the code import java.
Did it work webdriveg you? Just grab the desired element and scroll to it. My code with keyboard keys events working fine with real browser but same code is not working when using HTMLUnitDriver headless testing.
JeffC – The solution that you suggested is unfortunately not working as the driver is unable to locate the required element using driver.
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My code is working fine just by adding keyRelease after the keyPress. Your method is not very efficient and is very fragile. If we need to add key release also.
Here you can also see all the methods and interfaces of Robot Class See 2 marked in above image. Basically you repeatedly scroll down and search for the element until it is found or you reach the bottom of the page.
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