Searches for an image on a screen and clicks it.
Delay After – Delay time, in milliseconds, after executing the activity. By default, it is set to 300 milliseconds.
Delay Before – Delay time, in milliseconds, before the activity begins execution. By default, it is set to 200 milliseconds.
Offset X – Horizontal displacement of the cursor position according to the option selected in the Position field.
Offset Y – Vertical displacement of the cursor position according to the option selected in the Position field.
Anchoring point – Describes the starting point of the cursor to which offsets from OffsetX and OffsetY properties are added. The following options are available:
|TopLeft||Image's top-left corner point is considered as starting point|
|TopRight||Image's top-right corner point is considered as starting point|
|BottomLeft||Image's bottom-left corner point is considered as starting point|
|BottomRight||Image's bottom-right corner point is considered as starting point|
|Center||Image's center point is considered as starting point. By default, the Center is selected.|
Match Threshold – A unit of measurement from 0 to 1 to express the minimum similarity between the Image you are searching for and the one to be found. Useful in situations when the Image to be found is slightly different from the one searched. The default value is 0.8 (80% match).
Image – An existing image to be searched. This field supports only Image variables. You can also specify the search image on the screen using Image Selector
Click Type – Type of click to be performed. The following options are available: Single and Double. The default value is Single.
Mouse Button – The mouse button to click with. The following options are available: Left, Right, and Middle. The default value is Left.
DisplayName – The display name of the activity.
Private – If selected, the variables and argument values will no longer be logged at the Verbose level.
- Continue On Error – It Specifies whether the automation should continue even when the activity throws an error. If True, the activity continues without throwing any exceptions. If False, the activity throws an exception. The default value is False.
Note: If this activity is present inside the Try-Catch block, and the value of this property is True, no error would be caught.