I am not able to do click action on the google chrome alert message(i.e. Certificate authentication). I tried several times still i am facing same issue.
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Try using the Send Hotkey activity or Type into Activity to tab onto the button.
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Could you please try below any options.
1)Try to use attach window or attach browser inside click activity
2) Try to use send hotkeys
@prabakaran_b Basicallly, Google Chrome Pop- Up are java script pop - up. Therefore, attach window dont works there. Please use “Element Scope” . It is similar to attach window activity where you will have to indicate pop up and several properties will be auto-generated. Use this Element Scope documentation as reference.
Thanks @roy_r, i used type into activity and it works .
Thanks @Reddy_Paluri , Hotkeys working fine,