This activity reads the value attribute or the text between tags of the specified element in the browser opened via ElectroNeek Studio.
The Browser element is the main parameter here. It defines the used browser element. To set up a new element, open the dropdown menu here and click ‘Pick New Element’. If there is an existing element, it will be present in the list and it will be possible to choose it.
The browser window opens. Hover your cursor over the desired element. If it is recognized, it will be highlighted in red. Press Ctrl + X while hovering over the element to pick it. Esc key closes Browser Picker without choosing any elements.
Picker highlights a browser element
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As soon as the element is picked, the Browser Picker window appears confirming the element was found and recognized. You can also set an "Element name" here to be displayed in Studio later on.
In the Browser Picker window, it is also possible to view the advanced options by opening the dropdown menu. These "Advanced options" represent the chosen element as a table. It contains the properties and values that belong to this element. Edit these values in the table by checking and unchecking the options and defining values for Calculation and Values.
This parameter allows you to specify the name of the tab that you want the bot to interact with. The name of the tab is assigned in the "Open URL" activity.
Set a value allows you to manually specify the name of the tab.
Calculate a value allows you to use a special formula or a special method to determine the name of the tab.
Save the previous step result takes the result of the previous workflow action as the name of the tab.
Use tab name in order
This checkbox allows you to specify a sequential number of a tab in the browser. It is worth using if a new tab opens not manually, but automatically after clicking on some element.
Browser tab parameter
Use tab number by order parameter
This parameter allows you to select a specific iframe on a given page where the action is to be executed.
With this option selected, the program will return an array of strings with property values of all elements corresponding to the specified selector.
Wait before, sec, and Wait after, sec
These parameters indicate how much time will pass before or after executing this activity.
Contains an annotation of the activity. The input text will be displayed above the activity name.