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Email Required, but never shown. I am sure the element is visible on the browser. Can you link the issue? Search All Groups webdriver.
It’s not because we think fixing bugs is not important, it’s because there just aren’t enough hours in the day. Thanks On Wed, Mar 6, at 2: Yes, I know your app is super secret and you could never provide us with an actual page from it. I have similiar hover menu problem that only works in FF Still, I’m answering to your previous websriver.
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Visit this group at http: I was getting this error in slightly different context where I was trying to click anchor tag with the selenium RemoteWebDriver I was trying to replace WebDriver.
Often, making a simple test case helps you find out the problem on your own. To unsubscribe from this. I just click on an element, like this: Does it attempt to scroll, at least, or does it just immediately fail?
Sign up using Facebook. Does anyone have the same problem and a solution? Can you share in your original post at least a segment of the HTML. Bill Ross It might be interesting to query the coords of the element.
[webdriver] Re: “Element cannot be scrolled into view” error with – Grokbase
Component returned failure code: I had this symptom with an element that was positioned way off the screen in negative space to make it invisible. Element cannot cannoy scrolled into view: Of course, it works for Chrome, only Firefox doesn’t. I am using Intern in the above example which uses wd.
automated testing – Webdriver Firefox “Element could not be scrolled into view”
Naif, Actually, your above question is different than the actual question hence you should have asked it as a separate question. I just click on an element, like this:. In your code, you can tell the webdriver to increase the window size before it does any assertions or clicks. If you are trying to write a functional test with the Selenium webdriver, you might occasionally run into this error: