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drag_drop

def drag_drop(
self,
xpoint: int = 0,
ypoint: int = 0,
speed: int = 50,
timeout: int = 30
) -> None

Hold down the mouse left button on the source element, then move to the target offset and release the mouse button.

Parameters:
 xpoint: int
   Moved pixels in X-Axis.
 ypoint: int
   Moved pixels in Y-Axis.
 speed: int
   Drag speed, the unit is ms/10px, and the default value is 50.
 timeout: int
   Timeout for the operation, the unit is second, and the default value is 30 seconds.

Returns:
 None

Examples:


from clicknium import clicknium as cc, locator, ui

# drag the scroll button right 20 pixels
ui(locator.app.bing.scrollbutton).drag_drop(20, 0)

# drag the scroll button down 20 pixels
ui(locator.app.bing.scrollbutton).drag_drop(0, 20)
  • Drag scroll bar button of notepad
    Scroll down 50 pixels like this: ui(locator.notepad.thumb_scrollbar).drag_drop(0, 50)
    sample1
  • Move slider button from left to right
    Scroll right 20 pixels like this:Β ui(locator.uiautomationwpfd.thumb_thumb).drag_drop(20, 0)
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Updated on 11 September 2023