I would like to find some OCR recognition tool that will help to recognize expected text on screenshot. The output will be coordinates of "<text>" from screenshot.
Could anybody help me?
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A quick search of Google using "test automation tool ocr recognition" returned quite a few excellent results.
Some of these were:
- http://www.t-plan.co.uk/ - clicking on the "Robot" link on the right hand side of the screen, then clicking on "Product Features" drop down claims "Supports OCR (Optical Character Recognition)"
I could keep going on - but it seems google has these links covered [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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Depending how the screenshot and text is displayed, Ranorex's GDI capture plugin may work for you. You could download their 30 day trial and their GDI plugin and give it a shot.
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WinTask has OCR built in.
It can recognize text on the screen, or within an area. It can also wait for text to appear, or click on the recognized text.
But it doesn't return the coordinates of where the text was found. Is that part essential to your testing?
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