For the case a) - can you confirm with the ObjectBrowser that the sought for link does exist? Note, .FindAll() result will be 'visually reverted', i.e. the first element of the array will reference the last sought for element on the screen. Note2, in case you don't need to search for all links on the page, there is no reason to use .FindAll() because of performance considerations. .Find()/.FindChild() is much better in this case.
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