Applies to TestComplete 14.20, last modified on September 11, 2019
This property is provided by the legacy OCR plugin. In version 12.60, the plugin was replaced with the new Optical Character Recognition plugin powered by Google Cloud Vision API. To learn more, see Optical Character Recognition.
The legacy OCR plugin was removed from TestComplete in version 12.60. If you need to use objects, methods, and properties provided by the legacy plugin with this version of TestComplete, please contact our Customer Care team. The legacy OCR plugin was restored in TestComplete version 14.0. To use the objects, methods, and properties with this or later TestComplete version, you need to install and enable the plugin manually.

Description

The OCRObject.FoundX property returns the horizontal coordinate of the center of the rectangular region found in an onscreen object with OCRObject.FindRectByText.

Declaration

OCRObjectObj.FoundX

Read-Only Property Integer
OCRObjectObj An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to an OCRObject object

Applies To

The property is applied to the following object:

Property Value

An integer value that denotes the horizontal coordinate of the center of the found rectangular region.

Example

The following example obtains the text entered in the Notepad window and simulates a mouse click in the center of the rectangular area that contains the found text.

JavaScript, JScript

function OCROptionsSample()
{
  var notepad, Window, Rect, OCRObj, s, X, Y;
  // Obtain the Notepad window
  notepad = Sys.Process("notepad");
  Window = notepad.Window("Notepad", "*").Window("Edit");

  // Capture an image of the Notepad window and post it to the test log
  Rect = Window.Picture();
  Log.Picture(Rect, "Region with the text to be recognized");

  // Create an OCR object
  OCRObj = OCR.CreateObject(Rect);

  // Recognize the text
  s = OCRObj.GetText();

  // Post the recorgnized text to the test log
  Log.Message("See the recognized text in the Details panel.", s);

  if (s != "")
  {
    // Obtain the coordinates of the found region’s center
    X = OCRObj.FoundX;
    Y = OCRObj.FoundY;
    // Click the center of the region that contains the found text
    Window.Click(X, Y);
  }

}

Python

def OCROptionsSample():
  # Obtain the Notepad window 
  notepad = Sys.Process("notepad")
  Window = notepad.Window("Notepad", "*").Window("Edit")
  # Capture an image of the Notepad window and post it to the test log 
  Rect = Window.Picture()
  Log.Picture(Rect, "Region with the text to be recognized")
  # Create an OCR object 
  OCRObj = OCR.CreateObject(Rect)
  # Recognize the text  
  s = OCRObj.GetText()
  # Post the recorgnized text to the test log 
  Log.Message("See the recognized text in the Details panel.", s)
  if s != "":
    # Obtain the coordinates of the found region’s center  
    X = OCRObj.FoundX
    Y = OCRObj.FoundY
    # Click the center of the region that contains the found text 
    Window.Click(X, Y)

VBScript

Sub OCROptionsSample

  ' Obtain the Notepad window
  Set notepad = Sys.Process("notepad")
  Set Window = notepad.Window("Notepad", "*").Window("Edit")

  ' Capture an image of the Notepad window and post it to the test log
  Set Rect = Window.Picture
  Call Log.Picture(Rect, "Region with the text to be recognized")

  ' Create an OCR object
  Set OCRObj = OCR.CreateObject(Rect)

  ' Recognize the text
  s = OCRObj.GetText()

  ' Post the recorgnized text to the test log
  Call Log.Message("See the recognized text in the Details panel.", s)

  If not s = "" Then
    ' Obtain the coordinates of the found region’s center
    X = OCRObj.FoundX
    Y = OCRObj.FoundY
    ' Click the center of the region that contains the found text
    Call Window.Click(X, Y)
  End If

End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure OCROptionsSample();
var notepad, Window, Rect, OCRObj, s, X, Y: OleVariant;
begin
  // Obtain the Notepad window
  notepad := Sys.Process('notepad');
  Window := notepad.Window('Notepad', '*').Window('Edit');

  // Capture an image of the Notepad window and post it to the test log
  Rect := Window.Picture();
  Log.Picture(Rect, 'Region with the text to be recognized');

  // Create an OCR object
  OCRObj := OCR.CreateObject(Rect);

  // Recognize the text
  s := OCRObj.GetText();

  // Post the recorgnized text to the test log
  Log.Message('See the recognized text in the Details panel.', s);

  if (s <> '') then
  begin
    // Obtain the coordinates of the found region’s center
    X := OCRObj.FoundX;
    Y := OCRObj.FoundY;
    // Click the center of the region that contains the found text
    Window.Click(X, Y);
  end;

end;

C++Script, C#Script

function OCROptionsSample()
{
  var notepad, Window, Rect, OCRObj, s, X, Y;
  // Obtain the Notepad window
  notepad = Sys["Process"]("notepad");
  Window = notepad["Window"]("Notepad", "*")["Window"]("Edit");

  // Capture an image of the Notepad window and post it to the test log
  Rect = Window["Picture"]();
  Log["Picture"](Rect, "Region with the text to be recognized");

  // Create an OCR object
  OCRObj = OCR["CreateObject"](Rect);

  // Recognize the text
  s = OCRObj["GetText"]();

  // Post the recorgnized text to the test log
  Log["Message"]("See the recognized text in the Details panel.", s);

  if (s != "")
  {
    // Obtain the coordinates of the found region’s center
    X = OCRObj["FoundX"];
    Y = OCRObj["FoundY"];
    // Click the center of the region that contains the found text
    Window["Click"](X, Y);
  }
}

See Also

OCRObject.FoundY
OCRObject.FoundHeight
OCRObject.FoundWidth
OCRObject.FoundTop
OCRObject.FoundLeft
OCRObject.FindRectByText
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