DesktopAutomation.ActivityLibrary.MouseActivity


Description

Sends the chosen mouse interaction to the selected element.


Properties

Common

  • ContinueOnError - The Boolean value to specify whether to continue executing the next activities even if there is an error thrown on this activity.

  • DelayAfterMs - Duration in milliseconds to delay before moving to the next activity.

  • DelayBeforeMs - Duration in milliseconds to delay before pushing this activity to the selected element.

Misc

  • AbsoluteX - The X axis point based on the resolution of the screen.
  • AbsoluteY - The Y axis point based on the resolution of the screen.
  • Button - None, Left, Right, Middle, XButton1, XButton2.
  • Delta - 
  • DisplayName - Renames the activity.

  • Element X -

  • Element Y -

  • MouseEvent - Click, DoubleClick, DragFinished, DragStarted, Move, WheelDown, WheelUp.

  • OffsetX - Offsets the X axis of the activity based on the location of the selected element.

  • OffsetY - Offsets the Y axis of the activity based on the location of the selected element.

  • Position - Center, Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right.

  • Target.Element - Use UIElement variable. This property cannot be used together with Selector.

  • Target.Selector - Property used to find a specific UI Element when the activity is executed.

  • Target.WaitElement - Waits for an Element to be ready before the activity runs if COMPLETED is chosen. Does not wait for an Element if it is set as NONE.
  • Target.TimeoutMS - Duration in milliseconds to send an error if the selected element is not located.


Example

  1. Add an Open Application activity inside a Sequence.
  2. In the File Name, write "https://www.google.com/".
  3. Add a Type Text activity, and in the Text field, write "RPA".
  4. Click Select Element On Screen and then select the search box on Google.
  5. Add a Mouse activity.
  6. Click Select Element On Screen and then select the "Google Search" button on Google.

After the execution, "RPA" should be searched on Google using Type Text and Mouse activities.