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It could be that the element is not yet clickable. In that case, you should first wait for the element to be clickable using waits and ExpectedConditions: new WebDriverWait(driver, timeOutInSeconds).until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(element)).click(); (this is Java implementation since you didn't specify which language you are using, but it is ...


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Selenium will only interact with Elements a user would be able to interact with. The first question would be if your users have the same issue when trying to click the element you want to interact with, if they do handling the video should probably be part of your test flow. If it doesn't happen when you interact with the application manually try to reverse ...


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