Normally on a Web application, you can capture the right-click menu during interrogation. Once you have it, most web applications will not require the right-click to happen before the interrogated link may be called.
1) during interrogation, right-click on the item to get the menu to appear.
2) Drag the interrogation bullseye over the menu to capture the link you are needing
3) Create an automation, that calls the link once the page is created.
I opened a web page which has image, and I want to save the image from the right-click menu save image. And I am not able to interrogate this menu with the bull's eye. Taking screenshot wasn't possible because the right-click menu disappeared when I tried to take a screenshot.
To save an image from a web page will require writing custom code. There is no built-in functionality to do this. Unfortunately, this is a complicated operation and would require more time than I can devote to it at the moment.
I was asking about the right-click menu because for Windows applications, you can sometimes capture the context menu items by right-clicking the control in Object Explorer and selecting Capture Context Menu Items. A new form will appear. Next, you can right-click the control and any menu items we detect will be added to the new form. This would likely not help you with this use case though.
What about context menú ítems that I was not able to capture by this method? What I mean is that when right clicking in the control with the pega form openned, no ítems are loaded. Is there another way to achieve that?
How to capture mouse right click options for a windows Applications. Am working on windows application where I have to capture the options which comes when mouse right click on particular gridview or application . but unable to capture using interrogation .please give some example & provide snapshot if possible.