Hi Greg Schnider,
I did some experimentation using this code:
Settings MySettings =
Manager MyManager =
HtmlInputText UserElement = MyManager.ActiveBrowser.Find.ById<HtmlInputText>(
"<some string here>"
What I found is that everything works as expected as long as I don't set a breakpoint after the NavigateTo call
. If I set a breakpoint at MouseHover (for example), then when the breakpoint is hit, input focus is automatically taken away from the browser by Windows and given to Visual Studio so you can interact with Visual Studio. This makes everything break in the code after the breakpoint. You would have to add code to give focus back to the IE browser window after the breakpoint for it to start to work properly again.
Also, from your code sample, the WaitUntilReady and RefreshDomTree are redundant. The NavigateTo step does this automatically.
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