The error message:
move target out of bounds"
typically occurs when the target element is not visible or outside the visible area of the screen. Here are some possible solutions to try:
1 Scroll to the element: If the element is not visible, you can try scrolling to it using the
scrollIntoView method. For example:
2 Use an offset: If the element is partially hidden or overlapped by another element, you can try using an offset to move the mouse pointer slightly away from the center of the element. For example:
Actions a = new Actions(driver);
a.moveToElement(descriptionField, 5, 5).click().build().perform();
3 Use a different approach: Instead of using
Robot to simulate typing, you can try using the
sendKeys method to directly send the text to the element. For example:
4 Check if the element is present: Before performing any actions on the element, you can check if the element is present in the DOM using
ExpectedConditions.presenceOfElementLocated. For example:
It's also possible that the error is caused by a bug in Selenium or the browser driver. In that case, you can try updating to the latest version of Selenium and the browser driver, or using a different browser or driver.