EDIT: I used mouse events and did get a working solution that is pretty ugly :).
So I may be at a point that automating this page will not be possible. I am trying to click a popup menu that appears upon clicking an image (arrow). The problem is once I click the arrow, the popup menu does not exist anywhere that I can find. I cannot inspect its element either. It crashes the "inspect element" in IE (page must load in IE) and a using a third party extension DebugBar also does nothing.
I am wondering if anyone have any ideas I could try.
The main body:
<TD id=import title="Import" class=clsHeaderItem selectedImg="x" unselectedImg="null" targetArgument="" target="UCF_X" url="" dataFrame="null" popUp="0"> <TABLE style="TABLE-LAYOUT: fixed" cellSpacing=0 width="100%" cellpading="0"> <TBODY> <TR> <TD class="BorderTop BorderBottom BorderLeft" height=55 width="100%" align=center> <DIV><SPAN id=0>Import</SPAN></DIV> <DIV align=center valign="middle"> <DIV style="PADDING-BOTTOM: 2px; PADDING-TOP: 2px"><IMG id=0 src="x"><IMG id=0 src="xx"> <IMG id=1 src="x3"> <---Arrow Element Here </DIV></DIV></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD>
The problem I saw with creating a action builder was that it doesn't behave exactly like a mouse cursor so when you hover over the area it doesn't see it because there are no elements being hovered over it. Though I have not tried this extensively yet. Maybe I could try manually changing the mouse cursor location and than "click" but this is probably an ugly way to do things so I will wait to try it.
If all this fails I will have to end up going directly to the DB which I don't want to do.