I'd be grateful for any pointers in declaring and testing flyover fields. The web application I'm testing has fields that look like links; when you scroll the mouse pointer over the link, a floating window pops up next to it with additional information. When using SilkTest to generate declarations, it can't appear to "see" the floating window.
Incidentally, the HTML source for this field looks like this:
(rendered thusly for the moment since the one-word version of on-mouse-over cannot be posted here)
SilkTest sees the link as an HtmlLink, but is blind to the flyover itself. It declares the above as a Howdy link like this:
[-] HtmlLink Link1
[-] multitag "Howdy"
[ ] "#1"
I've tried GetFullCaption, GetProperties, everything I can think of, and nothing is rendering the flyover text. I've also tried using MoveMouse to get the window to appear, then using GetHelpText, but Silk still can't see it. Maybe it's a problem with my extensions. I'm using IE 6.0 DOM, with the Meta, Hidden, XML, Form, and Text boxes all checked.