I’m using RPA Express 2.2.1 on a Windows 10 based remote desktop.
I do in fact use “Run” to get the correct window active, but before I can even launch the window I need, an existing active window must be present to be able to launch the Run window.
For a better example, let’s say I need to select Google Chrome:
Using a window control, I can pick up the following selector:
However, this mouse click action (just like keystroke actions), requires an active window. So far, the process can find this element under the following active window:
But as of late, this window no longer contains such a class list item. Instead, it can be found under this active window:
My specific problem is that I need keystrokes to be associated with the correct active window (whatever window is named for the Desktop) before I can do anything such as launch the Run window. In other words, I end up doing something like this:
Some days it works when selecting Program Manager, other days it works with ApplicationFrameWindow, and it’s unpredictable when it decides to work this way.
I hope this helps with explaining my problem.