This sounds like a job for a TextImage.
I’ll give a quick overview, but you will want to check out text image generation in the Eggplant docu.
What it boils down to is you need to do two things: Install and run the eggplant TIG app (found in the system under test utilities folder on your eggplant dmg) on your SUT (make sure you install it as a startup item).
Then determine the font style that your labels are displayed in on the windows interface. There are two really easy ways to do this. Grab screenOCR (a google search will turn it up) to determine it, or ask your engineers what font, color, style, etc the text is. You will want to take this information and create a text style in the WindowsClassic platform in the text preference pane of the Eggplant preferences. Again, read the eggplant text image generation docu to get a full understanding of just how this stuff works.
After setting it up, here’s how I’d do it:
put “verification text” into verifyThis --assign to a variable
if imageFound (text:verifyThis,TextPlatform:“WindowsClassic”,TextStyle: )
put “passed” into theResultList --or whatever reporting you’re using.
I probably didn’t explain this as well as I could have (it’s still early for me ). But I’d be happy to answer more questions.
TIP: Once you get the TIG setup. I always need to experiment to get the syntax and style correct. What I do is I keep a blank script open, and then use the “Text Image” button in the active connection window to dump code into that blank script. Then I cut/paste into the script I’m actually working on. This way you can try different styles and platforms to figure out what the syntax can actually be.
Hope this helps