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loricotton
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project variable using chrome

In namemapping for IE. I used the project variable to dynamiclly change the row or column in a cell. I would set the variable to a row number then refresh to focus on the new row.  I do not see the project variable option under edit in namemapping in chrome.  How do I dynamically access a row using a loop in chrome?

 

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Marsha_R
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Re: project variable using chrome

I still didn't see the attachment, sorry.

 

Chrome 70 is a very old version.  If you need to use that version, then I suggest contacting Support directly to see if that is compatible with your TestComplete version.  Here's their link:

https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/message

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Marsha_R
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Re: project variable using chrome

I found it in name mapping for a Chrome object where I expected.   What version of TestComplete and version of Chrome are you using?

 

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loricotton
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Re: project variable using chrome

I am using TestComplete eversion 1.93 and chrome 70.0.3538.102. I am attaching a phone of the difference between IE and chrome for the same object. I am on a closed system with no internet.
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Marsha_R
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Re: project variable using chrome

Do you mean TestComplete version 14.93?

 

Sorry, your attachment didn't come through.

loricotton
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Re: project variable using chrome

yes version 14.93 sending attachment again
Marsha_R
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Re: project variable using chrome

I still didn't see the attachment, sorry.

 

Chrome 70 is a very old version.  If you need to use that version, then I suggest contacting Support directly to see if that is compatible with your TestComplete version.  Here's their link:

https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/message

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