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I have an element that is out of view when I am using Selenium within an iFrame. I have switched the context using

Driver.SwitchTo.Frame("frame_id")

and I am able to interact with elements that are visible in the iFrame. However when I need to interact with elements that are inside the frame but out of view I cannot find a way to force the Frame to scroll down.

I have tried running some javascript: Scrolling and iframe with Javascript

Also tried using the technique described in the following article

I have tried tabbing on the last visible element to force the frame to scroll down, which works in some cases but I need a more concrete solution.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I managed to get around this issue by creating a static method that scrolls down the page:

public class Browser
{
    public static IWebDriver Driver { get; set; }
    public static ITargetLocator CurrentFrame { get; private set; }

    public static void SwitchFrame(string frameId)
    {
        CurrentFrame = Driver.SwitchTo();
        CurrentFrame.Frame(frameId);
    }

    public static void ScrollDown()
    {
        CurrentFrame.ActiveElement().SendKeys(Keys.Tab);
        CurrentFrame.ActiveElement().SendKeys(Keys.PageDown);
    }
}

Usage:

Browser.Driver = new InternetExplorerDriver();
Browser.SwitchFrame("myInnerFrame");
Browser.ScrollDown();

I just call the ScrollDown method whenever I know an element is out of view and it does the trick.

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