I'm using SilkTest IE6DOM to test an ASP web application. I have window declarations created using a previous version of the web application. In the new version of the web app most objects on the screen cannot be found even though the window declarations are correct. For some reason SilkTest tries to find everything to the bottom right of where the objects actually appear on the screen. If I do 'record actions' and hover over a button a flashing box appears to the bottom right of the actual button but using the correct window declaration. If I do 'window identifiers' and hover over the button it isn't recognised as the button, it is recognised as just the main window. The declaration for the button only appears when doing 'window identifiers' if you hover around the bottom right of the button. Does anyone know why SilkTest suddenly thinks everything is to the bottom right of where it actually is and how I can fix it?