Is there a way to simulate a mouseover / hover operation with ORQA?
Long version: I am automating a web application and there is a lookup control which contains an [input] element if empty and a [ul] (with a single [li] child and nested [button] to delete that child) if populated. A simplified representation would be:
Empty: div input /div
Populated: div ul li button /li /ul /div
The elements to lookup possible values are only active if the control has focus, which is fine if there is no current value, as I can click on the empty [input] element, the relevant elements become visible and all is well.
When I want to change an existing value, the control no longer has an [input] so I can’t click into it to set focus and use the lookup - if I click on any part of the control, the browser takes that as a click on the [li] (which contains a link) and navigates elsewhere. I need to delete the existing value first (to get the [input] element back) but the [button] to delete the existing value only displays if I hover the mouse cursor over the control, or give it focus in some other way that will convince the CSS to make it active. If I run an ORQA task to press the [button], it times out after about 5 seconds without finding the element unless I move the mouse over the control manually, at which point the CSS shows the [button] in the browser and ORQA finds and clicks it.
I’m using ORQA 1.4.0 build 423 with Chrome.