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Editing Accessible objects filters

 
Use this dialog to setup a control processing filter for accessible object, window, or Java (Swing) control.
 
Editing Accessible objects filters
 
1

Filter by name

1. Filter by name
Use this section to set a logical condition based on a control name comparison.
2

Filter by role

2. Filter by role
Use this section to set a logical condition based on an object role comparison.
3

Filter by state

3. Filter by state
Use this section to set a logical condition based on an object state.
4

Highlighting

4. Highlighting
Select this check box if you want to highlight the control when the cursor is over it.
5

Parse child objects

5. Parse child objects
Select this check box if you want to parse child objects as well.
6

Name is case sensitive

6. Name is case sensitive
Clear this check box to ignore case in name string comparison.
7

Roles language

7. Roles language
Select these check boxes to specify if an object role should be interpreted as a localized string (English by default).
8

States

8. States
Specify the states that you want to filter the objects by selecting the check boxes next to them.
9

Object parsing

9. Object parsing
Select this check box if you want to include this object in the project and select a type of inclusion:
  • Add as visible control.
  • Add as invisible control.
  • Add as a separate screenshot page (sub-window).
10

Final settings

10. Final settings
The icons display the filter action in a compact iconic style.
11

OK

11. OKClick this button to accept your changes and close the dialog.
12

Cancel

12. CancelClick this button to discard your changes and close the dialog.
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