The Click activity is used to send a click action into a webpage or window application.


(* is mandatory)

In the body of activity

  • Indicate on screen - Chooses the element to verify its existence. This activity will generate a string variable (Selector) to specify the location of that element.



  • Continue On Error (Boolean) - A Boolean variable has two possible values: True or False
    • True : allows the rest of the process to continue the execution even an error occurs within the activity.
    • False : blocks the process from continuing the execution.
  • Delay After (Int32) - Delay time (in milliseconds) after executing the activity. The default amount of time is 300 milliseconds.
  • Delay Before (Int32) - Delay time (in milliseconds) before the activity begins performing any operations. The default amount of time is 200 milliseconds.


  • Click Type (Drop-down list) - Specifies the type of mouse click used when simulating the click event. By default, single click is selected.
    • Single : A single click.
    • Double : Two clicks in quick succession.
    • Up : Releases the mouse button.
    • Down : Holds down the mouse button.
  • Cursor Motion Type (Drop-down list) - Specifies the of motion performed by the mouse cursor. There are two available options:
    • Instant : The cursor jumps to the destination.
    • Smooth : The cursor moves in increments. Has no effect if SendWindowMessages or SimulateCIick are enabled.

            By default, Instant is selected.

  • Cursor Position (Collapsible list) :
    • OffsetX (Int32) - Horizontal displacement of the cursor position according to the option selected in the Position field.
    • OffsetY (Int32) - Vertical displacement of the cursor position according to the option selected in the Position field.
    • Position (Drop-down list) - The position you want to set the click. The default value is: Center
  • Mouse Button (Drop-down list) - The mouse button (left, right, middle) used for the click action. By default, the left mouse button is selected.
  • Target (Collapsible list) :
    • Element (UIElement) - Use the UiEIement variable returned by another activity. This property cannot be used alongside the Selector property.
    • Selector (String) - Text property used to find a particular UI element when the activity is executed. It is actually a XML fragment specifying attributes of the GUI element you are looking for and of some of its parents.
    • TimeoutMS (Int32) - The maximum amount of time (in milliseconds) to wait for the activity to complete before an error is thrown. If the timeout expires, the activity will be terminated. Default value: 30000 (milliseconds). E.g: 30000
    • Wait For Ready (Drop-down list) - Before performing the actions, wait for the target become ready. The following options are available:
      • None : Does not wait for the target to be ready.
      • Interactive : Wait until only a part of the app is loaded.
      • Complete: Waits for the entire app to be loaded.


  • Public (Checkbox) - Check if you want to public the activity. Remember to consider data security requirement before using this property.
  • Display Name (String) - The name of this activity. You can edit the name of the activity to organize and structure your code better.
    E.g: [3424325] Click


  • After I Disabled (Boolean) - If selected, the simulated type is executed even if the specified UI element is disabled.
  • Input Method (Drop-down list) - Input method (Default, Simulate Click and Send Window Messages).
  • Key Modifiers (ComboBox drop-down) - Enables you to add a key modifier. The following options are available: Alt, Ctrl, Shift, Win.