Image Mapping and Access
Can you use the Image Mapping feature to define and access non-standard Windows controls contained within Microsoft Access?
Re: Image Mapping and Access
You have several options to handle non-standard controls. First, try aliasing the control to a known control. This may work with some objects. If that fails, then try textselects. This will allow you to see the text on and within the controls as separate objects. As a last resort, use image mapping and bitmap selects. This will allow you interact with the controls, but will be sensitive to screen resolution on the test machine. As a result, you will either have to use a QARun event to manage the resolution on the test machine or set a Startup rule within QADirector.