Hi! I’ve just started using eggplant, so I’m not too familiar with it yet. I apologize if this question or something like it is answered somewhere else… I’ve looked in the documentation and didn’t find anything yet.
Is there a way to capture an image in such a way that you can have Eggplant ‘ignore’ a part of the image? Say I have a combobox that I want to click on, and the title of the box is ‘Status’ (see the attached image). But there is another portion of the screen that has ‘Status’ on it as well, with the same background color, and I’d like to differentiate between the two by selecting the title and the combobox control it is associated with as well. BUT i don’t want to include any selection text that may appear in the box itself (‘Cancelled’ in the image I included). I’d like to select the box’s frame but not it’s contents… in effect ‘ignore’ whats in the box while selecting its frame. Is this possible? If not, what’s a good way to get around this problem?