clickAt command supported?


#1

I tried to use the ‘clickAt’ command as explained at

https://a9t9.com/kantu/docs/selenium-ide/clickat

by using

Executing: | clickAT | actual URL | 100,100 |

the response was

[error] Command clickAT not supported yet

What did I do wrong or is clickAt not supported?

If clickAt is not supported, when will it be supportive?

Being able to click at specific location on a display regardless of the text and/or image has a very useful application.


#2

ClickAt works well. But you can not use a url, but a locator:

Executing: | clickAT | locator | 100,100 |

Best if you post a macro for us to check.


#3

That is great news to hear clickAt works. The question is how? It would appear that I don’t understand what the “locator” is, as anything I try usings as a “locator” fails to work and results in the same error message

Playing macro Untitled
Executing: | store | !ErrorIgnore | true |
Executing: | store | !replayspeed | slow |
Executing: | open | https://news.google.com | |
Executing: | clickAT | tab=1 | 100,100 |

  • [error]
    Command clickAT not supported yet
    Macro failed (Runtime 9.10s)

Other clickAt commands I have tired with the same results were:

Executing: | clickAT | //*[@id=“yDmH0d”]/c-wiz/div/div[1]/div/main/c-wiz/div[1]/div[2]/div/div[1] | 100,100 |

Executing: | clickAT | //*[@id=“yDmH0d”]/c-wiz/div/div[1]/div/main/c-wiz/div[1]/div[2]/div/article/a | 100,100 |

Executing: | clickAT | | 100,100 |

Executing: | clickAT | 100,100 | 100,100 |


#4

I find this page explain the locator concept well:
https://www.guru99.com/locators-in-selenium-ide.html

It was created for the Selenium IDE, but the same applies to Kantu.