For anyone following this thread:
Yes, you can traverse the frames as I indicated below, and it works! :D

Now, can I do the same using XPath ...


2009/3/17 Mark Lehky <mark.le...@aclaro.com>:
> I think the answer is somewhere in your suggestion.
> The element(s) that I am looking for is quite deep in several nested
> FRAMESET/FRAME/FRAMESET/FRAME/...
> Is there a way in Watir/Ruby to say "in any frame, no matter how deep"?
> If not, how do I traverse them? Can I do something like:
> ie = Watir::IE.new
> frame1 = ie.frame(:id, "contentFrame")
> frame2 = frame1.frame(:id, "frameTop")
> ...etc.
>
> Thank You all for the help so far.

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