able to locate an element with the groovy UI module, but the click event doesn't happen

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Tammy Moon

Sep 1, 2011, 9:04:18 PM9/1/11
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Hi, All,

I a a newbie of tellerium.

I tried to locate an element in a tooltip than click on it to close
the tool tip. I was able to locate the web element, click on the the
element, nothing happens, any one has any idea what could be wrong?

Here is how the html looks like:

<div class="tooltip tooltipContent pointRight" style="left: 803px;
top: 195.5px;">
<a class="tooltip right button button-16 buttonIcon close"></a>
<div class="tooltip tooltipTitle">Please confirm</div>
<p class="tooltip tooltipText">
Are you sure you wish to
all bets?
<div class="tooltip tooltipButtonBox">
<a class="button left">Yes, cancel bets</a>
<a class="tooltip left cancelLink">No, go back</a>

Tammy Moon

Sep 1, 2011, 9:24:38 PM9/1/11
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Sorry, I accidently hit submit before I finish typing. I re--submitted
my post after I finished it. Please delete this comment.
Sorry for the inconvenience.

Jian Fang

Sep 1, 2011, 9:27:31 PM9/1/11
try to call diagnose(uid) to see how many matches. If still not work,
switch to Selenium api mode if you are using tellurium new engine.

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Tammy Moon

Sep 1, 2011, 9:43:31 PM9/1/11
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Thanks Jian.

I use firebug firefinder to locate the element, there is only one
match with the uid, somehow, it just doesn't click.
We are not using tellerium new engine. Wonder how the new engine would

Jian Fang

Sep 1, 2011, 10:00:29 PM9/1/11
Does pure selenium code work? Tellurium engine is good at locating elements, but is not better than selenium for event handling.

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