Drag and Drop by Offset
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Overview
You can use this addon to drag an drop page elements by the desired offset on the page.
Actions
Drag and Drop by Offset →
Platforms:
Web
Element:
Generic Web Element
Permissions
No special permissions are required
TestProject Platform
Drag-drop-offset, offset
Java
Web
V0.1
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