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comment How to determine whether a WebElement is a child of another WebElement?
@Ardesco there is no need to extends WebElement to do this as it turns out. You can simply extend the LocatorFactory. Since I have a new annotation it made it quite easy to have a two pass location of elements occur (when the factory returns null, location is not performed).
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comment How to determine whether a WebElement is a child of another WebElement?
I already have a WebElement which I've located (a module), I want to ensure that it's "in" another WebElement (i.e. a child).
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comment How to click a link / button implemented as a div or span element with WebDriver
Did you create a custom locator to find the span element? I've found with the Java Bindings that you can't locate a link such as this with the linkText FindBy annotation.
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