|This method is obsolete. See the Remarks section below.|
Sys.ObjectFromPoint method lets you obtain the onscreen object (a window, popup window or a non-handled object) that contains the pixel specified by X and Y, relative to the screen. You can use the
WindowToScreen method of an
onscreen object to convert client-area coordinates to screen coordinates.
Sys.ObjectFromPoint(X, Y, FindTransparent)
|FindTransparent||[in]||Optional||Boolean||Default value: False|
|Result||An onscreen object|
The method is applied to the following object:
The method has the following parameters:
The horizontal coordinate (relative to the screen) of the desired pixel.
The vertical coordinate (relative to the screen) of the desired pixel.
Specifies whether to retrieve nonwindowed controls. A nonwindowed control is a control that cannot receive the focus, cannot be the parent of other controls, and does not have its own window. For example,
TShape are nonwindowed controls.
The default value is False and nonwindowed controls are not obtained and their parent onscreen object is returned instead.
onscreen object to which the specified pixel belongs.
Sys object: The
Sys.ObjectFromPoint method is obsolete and supported only for backward compatibility. In TestComplete 4 and later, you should use the