For each control in the process listed at the top of the Windows tree view (on the Windows tab while on the Interrogation tab), the following information displays:
Image representing the control
Text property for the control or title of the window (for example, Test)
Value representing the window’s handle value for the control (for example, 133834)
Class name for the control (for example, WindowsForms10.BUTTON.app3)
Windows Tree View Functions
Context menu options are available in the Windows Tree View pane while the Interrogator is open:
Create Control - Available only when highlighting a target that has not been interrogated.
Expand All - Expands all of the nodes of the hierarchy.
Copy Subtree - Copies a list of the currently selected node and sub-nodes to the Windows Clipboard.
Add Context Menu Items- Opens a function for you to include context menu options in the solution.
Add Control Regions - Used to create control regions on Windows applications
Add Menu Items - Available only when highlighting a Form target that has menu items.
Highlight - Use this function to have the control highlighted by a black rectangle in the active application. Useful function for finding controls.
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