ClickCellXY action moves the mouse pointer to (X, Y) relative to the top left corner of the tree list cell in the specified row and column, and then simulates a single click of the left mouse button.
TestObj.ClickCellXY(Row, Column, X, Y, Shift)
|TestObj||A variable, parameter or expression that specifies a reference to one of the objects listed in the Applies To section|
|Shift||[in]||Optional||TShiftKey||Default value: skNoShift|
The method is applied to the following objects:
To view this method in the Object Browser panel and in other panels and dialogs, activate the Advanced view mode.
The method has the following parameters:
Specifies the zero-based index of the desired data row. The first visible row has index 0, the second - 1, and so on. Index of the last visible row is
wRowCount - 1.
Specifies the column that contains the desired cell. This parameter takes either the column’s index, or its caption.
The index is zero-based and corresponds to the column’s position within the object's internal columns collection rather than the column’s visible position in the object.
The caption can contain asterisk (*) or question mark (?) wildcards or regular expressions. The asterisk corresponds to a string of any length, the question mark corresponds to any single character. To specify more complicated parts of a caption, use regular expressions.
The caption can be case-sensitive or case-insensitive depending on the value of the Use case-sensitive parameters project setting.
Specifies the horizontal coordinate of the mouse pointer where the click will be simulated. The coordinate is relative to the top left corner of the cell.
Specifies the vertical coordinate of the mouse pointer where the click will be simulated. The coordinate is relative to the top left corner of the cell.
Sets whether the Shift, Alt or Ctrl keys are pressed during the click event (see TShiftKey). By default, this parameter is
skNoShift (the shift keys are not pressed).
If the specified cell is not found,
ClickCellXYfails and posts an error message to the log.
Desktop testing: If TestObj refers to an object of a non-DPI-aware application running with a DPI setting other than 100%, set the X and Y parameter values relative to the application (as if the application is running with the 100% DPI setting).
Web testing: If the Use CSS pixels for scaled pages option is enabled (by default), set the X and Y parameter values relative to the web page, regardless of the browser zoom and the system's DPI setting.