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According to our development group, the best choice would be to use the following Rapise libraries:
1. Generic library2. Advanced accesibility library.
We haven't a specific QT library, but depending on customer demand we may invest in that as an additional library.
If you use these two libraries listed above, does the Learn feature recognize objects in your application. Let us know if not and we can investigate further for you. For more specific advice, you can submit a support ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org
We just tried using Rapise with a sample Qt application:
and using both the Generic and Advanced Accessibility libraries together, it was able to recognize the objects.
The Generic and Advanced Accessibility libraries of Rapise do rely on the MSAA metadata being published correctly by the UI framework (some of the others use different methods, e.g. browser DOM, .NET, Java, etc.).
We shall check into the playback issue and let you know what our recommendations are.
How are the objects being recognized? Are they displayed as Simulted objects in the object tree inside Rapise? You can email your sample Rapise project files as a zip to email@example.com