I'm testing a flex application. TC only sees objects that are visible on the screen. However, I have a page that when maximized to fit the screen only displays the upper portion of the page. To get to...
The application is not compiled using Adobe's automation API's. The reason for this is because we are using dynamic libraries for the flex app to reduce the footprint and improve performance. Instead, we are using MSAA to access the objects in the application. Using TC in this configuration reduces the accessibility to the objects, but we have successfully been able to automate most of the applicaiton. I believe the question I have would also be a problem even if we did use the automation API's. I have attached 2 screenshots.
The screen has 60 + checkboxes. Each one has to be checked or unchecked. Checkboxes can easily be manipulated when visible to TC. When maximizing the browser, the first half shows. This half is visible to TC. The second half you need to somehow get down to make it visible for TC to recognize the rest of the checkboxes. You could use the drag method and use the scrollbar to get to the bottom half of the page.
Is there a method that is available that will be like something similar to page down or page up keys to make the bottom half visible?