This is probably a dumb noob question...but shouldn't it be possible to establish context for an object action (e.g. "Pushbutton click") without having to first set the context to the window that the control is contained within?
Something like the code below works fine...
Window SetContext, "Caption=Calculator", ""
PushButton Click, "Text=1"
But something like this (using just context notation to establish a full recognition) doesn't work (i.e. pushbutton isn't found)...
PushButton Click, "\;Type=Window;Caption=Calculator;\;Type=PushButto n;Text=1"
Why doesn't this work? Doesn't the following statement from the online help imply that this is possible? "Context notation establishes context only for the command using the context notation in its recMethod argument."