[LDTP-Dev] Way to distinguish between menu items
nagappan at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 20:20:15 PDT 2009
When I tried with Pidgin, I noticed the first menu item (which is in default
system menu) was listed as 'mnuPidginInternetMessenger' and the one under
indicator-applet is displayed as 'mnuPidginInternetMessenger1', is that fine
So, you can use them as:
Drawback here is, you will not be able to use with hierarchy.
On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 5:01 AM, Ara Pulido <ara at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am trying to write a test to check that if a menu item exists or not
> in the top panel. The problem is that the name is exactly the same that
> another one in the top panel that always exists.
> This is the structure:
> First match (always there):
> TOP PANEL
> -----> Applications
> ------------> Internet
> -------------------> Evolution Mail
> Second match (not always there and the one we want to check in the test):
> TOP PANEL
> ------> Embedded componet (embindicator-applet)
> ---------------> Evolution Mail
> The problem is that using doesmenuitemexists always returns 1, because
> it matches with the first one.
> Using invokemenu does not help, as it invokes the context menu of the
> embedded component, not the normal menu.
> Any ideas how to make this difference?
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