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    Unable to recognize/Select the items in the Radiolist

    HEllo SIlk Users,
    I have problem in selecting the items
    in the RadioList.
    There are 2 items in the Radiolist,
    the first is selected by default.
    I am unable to select the second item.
    Widow.Select ("...")
    Thanks in advance for the response.
    ~Girija

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    Re: Unable to recognize/Select the items in the Radiolist

    Hi Girija,

    Have you checked the Agent Options, on the Compatibility tab there is an option to group / don't group radio buttons into a list. That may be the source of your problem.

    John.

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    Re: Unable to recognize/Select the items in the Radiolist

    Girja,

    Can you paste a code snippit here on this problem. Certainly not grouping the buttons is an option, but I've never had to do this. My radio buttons are always grouped and I just call select() and pass it the string identifying the button I want; Select("On") or Select("Off") ...

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    Re: Unable to recognize/Select the items in the Radiolist

    Thnaks for all the Reply.

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>
    Have you checked the Agent Options, on the Compatibility tab there is an option to group / don't group radio buttons into a list. That may be the source of your problem.
    John.
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Yes after checking the tab, Silk was able to
    recognize the Radio buttons.
    Thanks John.
    Regards
    ~Girija




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    Re: Unable to recognize/Select the items in the Radiolist

    I have had problems with what "look like" (to the human eye) radiolists in my Java app but turn out to be individual radio buttons. Once I get past that I've also had problems with not being able to select the desired item using the text of it and have had to revert to using the index (item #1, item #2, etc.).

    So please answer the questions asked in the previous reply and also tell us what kind of app it is (PB, Java, etc.).

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