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dblclick(selector [,options)

Double-clicks the given element on the screen, clicks on the element center by default.

  • selector {string | TDKStepLocator} a CSS selector or smart locator.
  • options {object} optional extra arguments
    • offset {object}:
      • x {number} x position in element to click in
      • y {number} y position in element to click in
  • returns: Promise which fulfills when the element matching selector has been double-clicked or rejected if the element is not found.

For example:

// ✅ double click on the first h1 on the page 
await dblclick('h1');
// ✅ double-click first h2 on the page with an offset 
await dblclick('h2', { offset: { x: 30, y: 30 }});
// ✅ double-click on the first login page button recorded
// as a smart locator 
await dblclick(l('login-button'));

// ❌ offset takes an object parameter
await dblclick('h2', { offset: 30 });
// ❌ need to pass a first parameter selector 
// or smart locator to know where to double click 
await dblclick();

Full Example

const { go, dblclick, test, text } = require('testim');
const expect = require('chai').expect;

test("dblclick", async () => {
    await go('http://jsbin.testim.io/xik/1');
    await dblclick('#mybutton');
    const dblclicked = await text('#mybutton');
    expect(dblclicked).to.equal('dblclicked');
});

Updated 25 days ago

dblclick(selector [,options)


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