Does anyone know where to find the grip handels in the object tree? The Appointment*ArrowPresenter move the whole object but i need to rezise it. Our DEV-Department tried Snoop but couldn’t find it too.
Thank You in advance
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This reference may be of some help:
Have you tried using Object Spy on the grip handles and mapping it manually?
Just a guess to ask your developers: isn't the control of composite type?
Hi Marsha, Hi Alex,
Thank you for your feedback. I have tried all of it before asking the community. I think the problem is, that it is a native DevEx Control that shall be used ‚as is‘ to save time. Doesn’t seem to be a common Control but maybe someone here had the same problem before.
> I think the problem is, that it is a native DevEx Control
In this case, you may talk to developers and ask them:
a) To provide you with some test application that includes debug version of this control (it is highly probable that developers have it) along with debug information for the application (as usual for desktop applications);
b) Talk to developers and ask them if the control has native methods to either resize it or provide access to these handles so that you can control control's size from code;
c) Investigate if these native methods are accessible to TestComplete (Methods pane of object properties in the Object Browser) and can be called from test code.
If you succeed with the above, then you should be able to control this given control from TestComplete code via control's native methods.
Hopefully what @AlexKaras suggested will work for you!
Just a note for next time you post - please let us know what you have already tried and what happened when you did that. Otherwise, we are wasting our time guessing answers that you don't need and we can come up with something else quicker. Thanks!
Thanks for sharing your workaround with us. If you decide to continue investigating this issue, it would be extra helpful if you could prepare a sample application containing the problematic control. In this case, the community could play with it and provide you with a solution.