Hi @ESCH, welcome to the UiPath community!! Can you try looking at the selectors of each of those names and checking if they have anything that refers to their row/index number? Maybe a tag? It will change based on the results. I had a similar problem and I just checked for the row numbers, which were present in each selector. If there are, say, a maximum of five rows, you could make the selector dynamic and use element exists within a loop with that particular selector. Hope this helps!
Hi @ESCH, in the screenshot you shared, there’s a tag called “idx”. That’s going to change based on the result. It will be “1” for the first result, “2” for the second, and so on. You could replace it with a variable to make it dynamic, and then use a loop.
EDIT: It doesn’t have to start with “1”. But it will change based on the result.
I made this example on the different ways you can place the selecton on one of the results. When I choose to make the biggest selection for example, all search results have idx = 2. When I select a smaller piece of the result (only the name for example) idx = 1 on all of the search results.
Hi, so as you can see, in the page that I opened, it does show the number of search results! I wonder why it’s not visible in the screenshot you posted. I also tried selecting different results, and I can’t find a value that gets incremented in the selector.