Enter at character (@) using Keys method
In my test script, I open the application MobaXterm then I need to enter a string that contains the at character (@).
I recorded these actions but when I played it again the @ is not entered.
In the support I found these two links:
But they didn't solved my problem.
Any other suggestion? Consider I use the Italian keyboard and normally to enter the at character I need to press the "Alt Gr" key plus "ò" key.
Thanks in advance,
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See if the native language section in here is helpful
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In the following the code lines
let applications = Sys.Process("explorer").Window("Shell_TrayWnd").Window("ReBarWindow32").Window("MSTaskSwWClass", "Running applications");
applications.Window("MSTaskListWClass", "Running applications").Click();
let formXterm = Sys.Process("MobaXterm").VCLObject("FormXterm");
let panSessions = formXterm.VCLObject("PanGauche").VCLObject("sPanel13").VCLObject("PCGauche").VCLObject("sTabSessions").VCLObject("PanSessions");
panSessions.VCLObject("TreeSessions").DblClickItem("|User sessions|192.168.10.10 (admin)");
The problem is the last line. I tried the single @ and double @ (without [ ] ) but they don't work.
This probably isn't very helpful, but we use Moba Personal Edition V12.4 Build 4248 and the following does work for us
FWIW, we recorded the keyword test and then converted it to a script. That probably doesn't matter but I thought I'd mention it.
Also, we have added Moba as a TestComplete TestedApp.
I use German keyboard, for me symbol @ = "ALT GR" + "Q".
Method "Keys" prints "@" for me without additional brackets and other characters.
Check whether you use different languages during testing (keyboard and system, as well as application language). Maybe that's the problem.