Add Support for Windows Application opening a Second application Utilizing DotNetBrowser
When opening an application that uses DotNetBrowser through a Windows Application (WPF), we should be able to access the DotNet application's content including all of its cell data.
Currently, we are presented with a message regarding "Chromium Embedded Content." When recording or using Object spy to identify cells within the application's window, one big red outline covering the entire window is the only cell we are offered. There is no way to identify subcells within this larger cell and the object tree reflects this problem.
We are aware the problem is not actually related to Chromium Embedded Content but rather TestComplete does not support DotNetBrowser.
The team would appreciate any feedback or help from anyone who has experienced this as well. Thank you.