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asked Nov 18, 2015 in QA Wizard Pro by nico (8,200 points)

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Yes you can use the WaitForExists() statement to wait for a maximum time (that you set) before continuing your script execution.

This is very usefull in HTML 5 applications or Ajax type applications where the dialog's or windows can sometimes take a bit longer.

Example:
bolDIDITSHOW = Window("MyWindowName").WaitForExists(5000) 'This will wait no longer than 5 seconds

The statement will return true or false in the return variable.

answered Nov 18, 2015 by nico (8,200 points)
selected Nov 18, 2015 by krugerg
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