What is strange for me on the screenshot of the test that you provided earlier, is that the click on drop-down was recorded as a click on the panelPanelPanelBold object that is a child of the browser object but not a child of the web page.
Can you provide how the panelPanelPanelBold object is identified?
Also I would recommend to investigate the drop-down window using the Object Spy and verify that test attempts to click correct object.
one of the ways to fix this window bound error is to switch over the coordinates that you are using (for i think what is the clickitem operation). you can access the operation parameters by giving a single click within the value column of that operation, and then you can switch the x y coordinates of the click by replacing it with -1 for both x and y. (although i dont think there are coordinates involved in the clickitem action). Perhaps addtional operations are needed, such as a click operation on the top level parent of that dropdown, or even a hover mouse action to display the items.
Can you provide how the panelPanelPanelBold object is identified? Where do I find this info?
Also I would recommend to investigate the drop-down window using the Object Spy and verify that test attempts to click correct object - How do I perform this?
I have tried the click with -1 and it is still not working. It looks like it is failing after I enter 22 which bring down a prepopulated dropdown with everything that starts with 22. But instead of selecting the one I want to use the screen just flickers and errors out. Please see the attached screenshot, highlighted in yellow is where I believe the error is occurring.
> Where do I find this info?
I would start from the NameMapping editor (https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/testing-with/object-identification/name-mapping/inde...).
> How do I perform this?
Open the drop-down, highlight it with the Object Spy and examine the highlighted object (https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/testing-with/exploring-apps/object-spy/about.html).
Thank you everyone for your input!
@Stevan Did you manage to solve this using the advice from the Community? If yes, please mark the best answer as a Solution!