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Re: How could I map CustomWin object like \"Icon\"
In most cases, you don't need to map CustomWin objects like "Icon" in SilkTest. What you'll need is to find the appropriate tags to assign to these icons (using its absolute and relative location or using style-bits). The use of absolute location tags works well with Delphi apps. The Online Help provides additional info. Like anything else, once you've worked with these CustomWin objects 2 or 3 times, all it'll take is just practice, practice, practice...
How could I map CustomWin object like \"Icon\"
How could I map CustomWin object like "Icon" or "Frame" if these objects are missing in the Silk Standard Class.
During Window Declaration I have icon which Silk define as CustomWin, but "Class Map/Standard Class" hasn't class icon.