click select menu
Click a given menu control, and then select a specified menu item.
TA name of the window.
(Optional/Mandatory based on platform – see the Notes section below) TA name of the menu control.
Menu item or menu item path (see Notes).
(Optional) Type of mouse click.
(Default) Single left-click.
(Optional) Horizontal position of effective click on menu control, specified as distance in pixels from left edge of the control. (Defaults to horizontal center of the control.)
(Optional) Vertical position of effective click on menu control, specified as distance in pixels from top edge of the control. (Defaults to vertical center of the control.)
This action may be used within the following project items: test modules and user-defined actions.
- The control argument does not apply in the case of an AUT with a user interface based on the Windows API; in such cases, the argument should be omitted.
- For other platforms, the menu control of interest should be captured as an interface element and passed to this action through the control argument.
- Menu items are identified by their caption properties.
- If a menu path of more than one item must be specified, use arrow symbols ( -> ) as delimiters between menu items. For example,
Since submenu items are not available on Android mobile devices, clicking on a subitem is not supported on Android.
As a general rule for all actions involving x,y coordinate arguments, the coordinates are specified in pixels relative to the top-left corner of the:
Notes:As for TestArchitect 8.4 Update 2, the coordinates are determined in pixels relative to the top-left corner of the working document.Restriction:This rule should not be taken to imply that any control or window arguments are optional if their associated actions don’t explicitly state that.
- control, if the action has window and control arguments, and values are specified for both of them;
- window, if the action has a value specified for a window argument, but has no control value specified (whether or not the control argument exists);
- screen, if neither a window nor control value is specified, whether or not such arguments exist.
This action supports the <ignore> modifier. If the string
<ignore>is present as the value of any of the arguments, or any argument contains an expression that evaluates to
<ignore>, the action is skipped during execution.
This action is applicable to the following controls: menu.