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SilverLight 4 and MTM Action Recording

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  • Marianne Walsh
    Hi Mark, I just wondered if you knew of any issues with silverligh fieldcontrols when using MTM action recorder.  I m using silverlight 4 and when doing a
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      Hi Mark,
      I just wondered if you knew of any issues with silverligh fieldcontrols when using MTM action recorder.  I'm using silverlight 4 and when doing a recording it places the first value into the first fieldcontrol and then it places the SECOND value into the FIRST fieldcontrol instead of putting it into the second one. 
      I have FP2, the uiautomation helper dll and uniquely defined the fieldcontrols.  Do you know of anything else? 
      Thanks for any assistance you can give me.  
      Marianne Walsh 

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