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I am not sure what the code you have there do as it is incomplete. So assuming that you want to do data driven testing, use RobotFramework-datadriver: Structure of data file. Installation: pip install --upgrade robotframework-datadriver pip install --upgrade robotframework-datadriver[XLS] Create the excell sheet 1.xlsx and keep it in the same directory as ....


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Set mouse coordinate as 0 using set option: Auto It Set Option 'MouseCoordMode' 0 Auto It Set Option 'GUICoordMode' 0 Auto It Set Option 'PixelCoordMode' 0 https://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/AutoItSetOption MouseCoordMode Sets the way coords are used in the mouse functions, either absolute coords or coords relative to the current ...


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As per this SO post the latest version of Pypupsub that is compatible with Python 2.X is 3.3.0. You have Pypubsub==4.0.0. Try to downgrade pypubsub version.


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Check your python architecture ( is it 32 or 64 bit) Just type python and see For 32: Open cmd in "Run as administrator" mode run the command pip install robotframework-autoitlibrary Now clone the autoit library source code: nokia/robotframework-autoitlibrary. in the root directory run the below command: python setup.py install using cmd in admin ...


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The Wait Until Page Contains keyword waits for a text, that should appear on the page. From documentation: Waits until text appears on current page. Fails if timeout expires before the text appears. You have passed a locator for an element as the expected text and that won't be visible on the page. If you check the error message, it states "Text 'id=.....


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The DesktopLibrary portion of Robotframework-Zoomba extends AppiumLibrary to support windows applications better. There is a calculator example using Appium or running on WinAppDriver itself. Some examples of the features can be found here and the keyword docs here.


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You could use Pabot: A parallel executor for Robot Framework tests. From their GitHub page. You can find more advanced use-cases and documentations here. Run same tests with two different configurations. pabot --argumentfile1 first.args --argumentfile2 second.args [path to tests] I am not very familiar with RIDE, but I think you can configure Pabot as an ...


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That version of ride does not support Python 3.8 - you will need to install a dev version - more details are at https://github.com/robotframework/RIDE/


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