I have never seen this before, I have all my extensions enabled, and I am picking up some VB controls, the VBPictureBox's , VBFrame's. But some are just not being recognized as VB objects? Has anyone seen this type of behavior, and can anyone offer some suggestions in resolving this issue.
I am running ST 7.5 on a Windows XP-S2 , Vmware image.
Instead of class mapping, record the class (with methods and properties) of those custom objects and save them into a .inc file. For example, for your "CustomWin FplForms" You may end up with something like:
winclass FplForms : VBForm
// Properties & Mehtods here
If an object is compound object, look "CompoundControl" in SilkTest, the recorded class will inherit from the CompoundControl class instead of a standard class.