[Windows] Right-click Element Offset

From version 7.8, this keyword is available.


  • In Native Windows Recorder, enable coordinate-based recording in the window. click and rightClick actions are recorded as clickElementOffset and rightClickElementOffset actions respectively.
  • In Windows Recorder, Click Element Offset and Right-click Element Offset buttons are supported in Possible Actions.


  • Description: Performs a right-click action at the provided offset on the WebElement that is found by using locator value of the given windowsObject.

  • Keyword name: rightClickElementOffset

  • Keyword syntax: Windows.rightClickElementOffset(windowsObject, offsetX, offsetY, FailureHandling)

  • Parameters:

    • Name: windowsObject
      • Description: An object describing the locator and locator strategy to find a Windows element.
      • Parameter Type: WindowsTestObject
      • Mandatory: Required
    • Name: offsetX
      • Description: The horizontal offset relative to the top-left corner of the element.
      • Parameter Type: Integer
      • Mandatory: Required
    • Name: offsetY
      • Description: The vertical offset relative to the top-left corner of the element.
      • Parameter Type: Integer
      • Mandatory: Required
    • Name: flowControl
      • Description: Used to control the step if the step failed.
        STOP_ON_FAILURE: throws a StepFailedException if the step failed (default).
        CONTINUE_ON_FAILURE: continue the test if the test failed but the test result is still failed.
        OPTIONAL: continue the test and ignore the test result.
      • Parameter Type: FailureHandling
      • Mandatory: optional
  • Throws: StepFailedException if the Windows element doesn't exist, or Katalon Studio could not perform a click action on the element.

  • Example:

    'Katalon Studio')
'Wait for Katalon help tab to be present'
Windows.waitForElementPresent(findWindowsObject('TabItem'), 10)
'Right click on the tab'
Windows.rightClickElementOffset(findWindowsObject('TabItem'), 107, 13)
'Switch to the context menu'
'Click on the context menu item'
'Verify clicking on Close in context menu closes the tab'
Windows.verifyElementNotPresent(findWindowsObject('Object Repository/TabItem'), 5)
'Click on OK to really close Katalon Studio'
Windows.click(findWindowsObject('Close Katalon Button'))