Salesforce List

Hi friends,

I’m having an issue accessing different items in a Salesforce list. Basically, the process will navigate to a certain list, cycle through each of the items in the list, access it’s link, and download a file from each item in the parent list.

My plan to loop through and click each item in the parent list is to have a counter incrementing the click activity selector and stopping once it reaches the total number of items in list. The issue is that the Salesforce list doesn’t show the total number of items in list. It shows “50+”, “100+”, “150+”, etc. until you scroll past that number, then it increases. Only when the last item is loaded will the item count show the total number. . . On top of this, pgdn and arrow down hotkeys do not work.

Is there a way to either “show all items,” or has anyone had success somehow scrolling to the very bottom of the page, where no more items will load?

Right now, I’m thinking the solution is just to get the number of total items, but I may have tunnel vision, so please let me know if you think of any other ways to accomplish this looping process.

I want to avoid connecting with the Salesforce package below, since we don’t currently have the appropriate access to create the API connection. . .

Thank you in advance!!

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