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How to capture dynamically generated list in generic window

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How to capture dynamically generated list in generic window

Is there a way to capture a dynamically generated list from a generic window?  The list does not show up in the Object Browser when it is captured (Shift+Ctrl+A).  The application under test is Delphi 2006, and the window is of the type: Sys.Process("MyApp").Window("#32768", "", 1).

Thanks for any help!
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RE: How to capture dynamically generated list in generic window

Hi Lisa,



As far as I understand, you cannot explore properties of the window in the Object Browser after you click 'Highlight in Object Tree' in the Object Properties window. This is expected behavior as the window is destroyed when you click somewhere outside the window.



To obtain the window from script, you can use the WaitWindow method (see the "WaitWindow Method" help topic).



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Yuri
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