Problem with Use Application/Browser activity (NApplicationCard) - doesn't work unattended

Hi All,

I occurred a weird problem, and I think it might be a bug. On some point in time I switched to modern design experience in studio. When I wanted to extract data from web table, I couldn’t do it in previously available Browser Scope, so I used the extraction tool, and noticed that the activity responsible for extraction appeared inside Use Application/Browser (NApplicationCard). At the beginning everything worked fine, but when I tested my process unattended I noticed that I’m getting timeout for Use Application/Browser Activity when it tried to intercept the existing Internet Explorer window.
I’ve tried switching between Simulation, Hardware, Window Messages input methods, but no luck for any of them.
Finally I have found two work-arrounds:
1.Forcing Use Application/Browser activity to open new Internet Explorer window, instead intercepting the existing one - it wasn’t a perfect solution, because I had to reimplement some additional logic first to get to the window I needed.
2.Switching back to normal (not modern) design experience, and using the extraction tool available there.
Maybe above two solutions will help somebody too.
Anyway, I’m guessing that the fact that Use Application/Browser (NApplicationCard) activity doesn’t intercept existing Internet Explorer window unattended for any possible configuration of input method means that there is some bug in this activity.

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Hey @Tomasz_Pudelewicz,

This should work fine.
Can you give more details on the scenario that you are testing?
Even maybe share the workflows (with Modern & non-Modern approach).