I am trying to automate downloading bills and account statements from the web. I often have to click on a particular image. For example, in getting my water bill they have several that say "View Statement". However, above the very first one (which is the one I want) it says "Bills". So, I used the Mac rectangle selection (Cmd+Shift+4) to define a rectangle that included both the "Bills" line and the first "View Statement" button.
In the macro itself II first tell KM to pause until that image is found. I am using "Display" checked on, so I know it has found it. I'm then pausing 1/4 second and then giving the command to click it by picking "relative to the found image's ... (I've tried center, or offsets from the different corners). I've also tried turning Display off in case the green color is fooling it. I've also tried disabling the Pause until step, to no avail. No matter what I do, I get the error message that No unique image was found. This is happening in several macros I'm trying to create (i.e. the image is found but I can't click it as I keep getting that same "No unique image..." error message).
So, since the Pause until is showing (currently true), (and it isn't giving me an error message that it isn't a unique image) and I'm telling KM to click relative to the found image, why do I keep getting this error? How do I solve this? (Or more to my thinking, is this a bug that KM needs to fix?)