Reported by sweetguy1only on 2014-05-07 21:54:20 Member lukeis commented Mar 4, 2016 Please send questions to the selenium user group   https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/selenium-users Reported by barancev on 2014-05-08 08:36:33 Member lukeis darrylcjensen commented Jan 28, 2016 This is still not working for me in 2.50.0. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. It seems that wd.maximize_window() is causing my tests to fail with the errors that have been reported above. Check This Out
Aug 31, 2006 Problems opening certain pages in FireFox Dec 6, 2005 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. Timing problem. If you continue to have difficulty and the site you are testing is publicly accessible, pleaseattach your test files (or entire project) in a zip file. If the element is on-screen and visible, Selenium can click it. 2. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/997716
Reported by zenturek on 2014-03-23 02:55:09 Member lukeis commented Mar 4, 2016 Confirmed fixed in Firefox 28 and Selenium 2.40 (Windows 8.1, medium text size) Reported by [email protected] on 2014-03-24 00:03:54 It's reproduced with Selenium 2.39 starting from FF 24. As forms are filled out, the page scrolls down. Reported by davidjmcclelland on 2013-08-22 16:21:30 Member lukeis commented Mar 4, 2016 I am also seeing this issue on Firefox 23.01 after updating Selenium to 2.35 from 2.34.
This issue occurring all the browser . If the element is off-screen and there are scrollbars (e.g. I still do not understand what exactly causes the tests to fail and what needs to be done to make them work again? useful source I cant find any solution to fix this issue .
The issue is that I can not click the last element which requires scrolling down the table despite the element existing as a selenium element. That will work for sure, but it will take more time... p0deje referenced this issue Apr 14, 2016 Closed Element is not clickable #1969 perwez123 commented Apr 15, 2016 I have upgraded the selenium to 2.53 java version . Appears to be related to Web Developer (css, style) changes cursor, but WD will show style content for item at cursor.
First, all test where working find. http://casualobserver.net/not-working/find-option-quit-working-firefox.html Member barancev commented Jan 25, 2016 @twalpole I meant to say that we also have to iterate over element.getClientRects() in attempt to find a clickable point. You could try scrolling the element into view before attempting to click it. /cc @barancev costag1982 commented Oct 29, 2015 I had the exact same issue yesterday and I did indeed Reported by barancev on 2013-08-24 12:51:06 Member lukeis commented Mar 4, 2016 Just like hphill..., I found that this problem does not exist on Selenium 2.34. Button Tag Not Working In Firefox
When I replaced this method with set_window_size() some tests passed. You could create a support ticket which, unlike this thread, is confidential. Member titusfortner commented Jan 23, 2016 A better solution would have been to make your tests work for Chrome, because if they worked for Chrome's implementation, they would have been more this contact form At least two drivers will have coherrent behavior :) Also I expect other drivers will implement overlapping checks too soon.
Fragment-id works within keyword shortcuts New Features in Firefox 1.5: Can move tabs around. In the case of the Chrome driver, the click method throws an exception if the target element is overlapped by another. costag1982 commented Jan 20, 2016 I still have lots of tests that are failing in 2.49.
I have not tried the display setting change from other % to 100%. Test passes with WebDriver 2.32 Reported by tmkhodko on 2013-08-22 14:49:53 Member lukeis commented Mar 4, 2016 Seeing issue after updating to FF 23.0.1 / Sel 2.35.0 Java/Win7 every time- not Reported by barancev on 2013-12-27 11:01:02 Member lukeis commented Mar 4, 2016 I'm running into the same problem using Selenium 2.39 and Firefox 26. I think that checking whether the element's top coordinate (relative to the window) is less than the body's top padding and scrolling up in that case will fix the issue.
hope you all, too! ;-) sab39 commented Mar 2, 2016 I'm having a particularly tricky case of this problem: the thing covering up the element to be clicked on is the Contributor phoenix384 commented Nov 17, 2015 We have nearly 3000 tests running and none of the tests failing with 2.48 because of this change detects a defect or something that has Why do I always wake up freezing? navigate here The only thing related to this issue is a change in click operation.
Any help or clarification is appreciated!