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Enabling my AUT\'s extension with IE DOM makes toolbars \"disappear\"
I am using SilkTest 6.0.1 (although this happened with 5.5.2 and 5.5.3 as well).
I am testing an MFC app and it has an embedded browser control. In order to fully recognize that embedded browser control I had to create a new extension for my AUT's exe with the primary ext. being IE DOM. Once I do that, I can now see all the objects in the browser control, however all the toolbars "disappear".
What I mean by disappear is, before enabling the extension, the toolbar button is seen as
after enabling extension, it is seen as
* or BottomDock (wherever it is docked at the time.
This happens to ALL my toolbars, they just "vanish". Anyone familiar with this kind of behavior and know a solution?
Re: Enabling my AUT\'s extension with IE DOM makes toolbars \"disappear\"
Well, I am still seeing this problem, however I have found a workaround to it.
I defined all my toolbars as previously, but gave them a tag equal to that of the Docking position. Underneath each toolbar, I assign the ToolBarButton (recognized as a CheckBox) a unique ID, which thankfully they all had. Silk, suprisingly was able to distinguish the uniqueness of the individual ToolBarButtons and pair it with the correct class.
So instead of it seeing:
and so on