I recently found out we have to use Lookup tables to gather rows and data from HTML tables now. I am able to sort through each row and collect specific column data. When it comes to click a radio button, I am having trouble. It wants to click the first Radio button on the first row every time, even though I am cycling through each row and using the data to figure out which radio button I need to click. Was wondering if anyone has ran into this problem as well? I am using version Proprietary information hidden, this used to be no problem when we could use the HTML table designer, but it is no longer available.
@JoshM468 I cannot see your entire automation, but it appears you might just have forgotten to provide the correct key to the radio button. If you are iterating through a clone collection (GetClones method) by passing that list into a ListLoop, Runtime will understand the key from the list (it will use the item from the list that you are currently on). If you are iterating through your lookup table, then you'll need to store the key there for use in the automation. You can right-click on your radio button and select "Override..." and provide it the key for the item from your LookupTable.
One other thing to check are your match rules for the radio button. Make sure that whatever match rules you are using apply to all rows of the table.