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Match text

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Match text activity, regardless of the browser or application, is used for finding the coordinate on the currently open screen, in order to find the text to be specified via the component and perform an action.


*TextThe text that will be searched on the screen.
X-coordinateIf it is desired to limit the text to be searched on the screen within a certain area; this field must be filled in, along with the Y-coordinate, Height, and Width fields.
Y-coordinateIf it is desired to limit the text to be searched on the screen within a certain area; this field must be filled in, along with the X-coordinate, Height, and Width fields.
WidthIf it is desired to limit the text to be searched on the screen within a certain area; this field must be filled in, along with the X-coordinate, Y-coordinate and Height fields.
HeightIf it is desired to limit the text to be searched on the screen within a certain area; This field must be filled in, along with the X-coordinate, Y-coordinate and Width fields.
*LanguageThe language of the text to be scanned.
Retry countThe number of tries until the text until the text is found, could be any numeric value.
*Return x-positionFinal x-position, variable name defined to assign the x-coordinate found.
*Return y-positionFinal y-position, variable name defined to assign the y-coordinate found.
Note: * Fields selected with are required, others are optional.

You can use the Text as shown in the examples.

Deneme

${deneme}

You can use the X-coordinate as shown in the example.

700

You can use the Y-coordinate as shown in the example.

400

You can use the Width as shown in the example.

120

You can use the Height as shown in the example.

35

You can use the Language as shown in the example.

For Turkish:

TUR

For English:

ENG

You can use the Retry count as shown in the example.

5

You can use the Return x-position as shown in the example.

xPositionValue

You can use the Return y-position as shown in the example.

yPositionValue

You can use Return x-position and Return y-position variables in Mouse activity in Keyboard & Mouse Operations.

In the example above, the coordinates of the text specified in the Text field will be scanned and a value will be returned to the xPositionValue and yPositionValue variables (For example: 300,280). When we select LEFT_CLICK from the combobox in the Action field of the Mouse Activity and write these returned variables as $ {xPositionValue} and $ {xPositionValue} into the X Position and Y Position fields, the returned values 300 and 280 will be used in the Mouse activity with the variable. As a result of the operation, left mouse click will be performed on the text specified in the Text field.

The values for height and width must be an integer.

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