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Simplified WPF Object Tree

katven
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Simplified WPF Object Tree

We have some objects that aren't available if we use simplified WPF Object Tree. I understand it's purpose.

Is it possible to see specific objects in the object tree that usually vanish if we select "Simplified WPF Object Tree" ? 

I tried adding those classes in the composite objects list, but still no luck. Any other alternate? 

 

Thanks in advance. 

Using TC10.50
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AlexKaras
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Re: Simplified WPF Object Tree

Hi,

 

Just an idea: what if you try to search for these objects using .FindChild() method?

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jonan
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Re: Simplified WPF Object Tree

Hi @AlexKaras, I tried to check the child items and still I can't access these "hidden" objects if I use simplified WPF Tree. Is there any other way to make an exception for certain classes not to be hidden by simplified WPF Tree?

AlexKaras
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Re: Simplified WPF Object Tree

Hi,

 

It is my understanding that if filtered-out objects cannot be found via .FindXXX() as well, then the only alternative is to disable Simplified WPF tree.

You may create Support ticket via the https://support.smartbear.com/message/?prod=TestComplete form to get an official reply (and, maybe a workaround).

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