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Use Actions class of webdriver to fix this issue: Actions actions = new Actions(driver); actions.moveToElement(driver.findElement(By.xpath("//a[text()='Audio']"))).click().build().perform(); Hope this will help you.


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Using xpath or css doesn't matter in this case. First of all find the element which would receive the click (@id='vtASRSettings_incompletetimeoutDiv'). If this element disappear afer some time just wait until element disappear. Sometimes it is necessary to move or scroll, but we can't say without seeing the problem. Would be great if you provide some ...


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Try using css instead of xpath and use an exact match instead of contains and look at an element or attribute rather than text. So Try using css=(a[title='Audio']) If necessary isolate by table or td, for example css=(table#some_id a[title='Audio'])



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