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    How to deal with missing radiolist decl

    I have a dialogbox within the application which has 2 radiolist each with 2 items. The items in one radiolist are the same as the other radiolist. The developers have coded it a way which causes Silk to only show 1 radiolist in the dialogbox. Regardless of which radio list you point to, it always maps back to the single radiolist. How do I go about selecting items from each of the radiolists separately.

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    Re: How to deal with missing radiolist decl

    try this; go to Options / Agent / Compatibility, check "Don't group radio buttons into a list"

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    Re: How to deal with missing radiolist decl

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by mrtest:
    I have a dialogbox within the application which has 2 radiolist each with 2 items. The items in one radiolist are the same as the other radiolist. The developers have coded it a way which causes Silk to only show 1 radiolist in the dialogbox.
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    So in other words, only 1 radio lists exists in that dialog at any one time?

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>
    Regardless of which radio list you point to, it always maps back to the single radiolist.
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    It supposed to; that's the way it works. Silk shows you the current situation - it cannot divine that other objects might occupy that same container unless they exist at the same time.

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>
    How do I go about selecting items from each of the radiolists separately.
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    I'd suggesting changing the tag for a merged single-instance of the radiolist to "#1". That allows each of the buttons to be accessed from the one-and-only currently-active radio list. This tag will apply to both forms of the radiolist.

    Should you decide to take the first posts' suggestion, put that option into a "withoptions" block to isolate that change to only this radio list.
    John


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    Re: How to deal with missing radiolist decl

    Well thing to get clarified first is what are two radio lists doing within an application both existing at the same time (assumption) with the same identical items. Is this supposed to be in the first place or this is an unwanted scenario. Get that clarified first.

    How are the two radiolists presented ? Are they displayed in a separate dialogbox, or separate pages, or same pages etc ? Is the navigation to the radiolist similar ie SomeTab.SomeFrame.SomePushButton.Click () which invokes the radiolist in a dialogbox and same case with the other radiolist ?

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>I'd suggesting changing the tag for a merged single-instance of the radiolist to "#1". That allows each of the buttons to be accessed from the one-and-only currently-active radio list. This tag will apply to both forms of the radiolist<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    The problem however what appears to be is that the second radiolist is not visible to SilkTest. So in any case the above method would only ensure that you are selecting from the one radiolist that SilkTest recognizes.

    Will have to wait for more clarification though.

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