Raised when the operation performing on target device is foreseen, e.g. instruction to click outside the screen is definitely meaningless, then the
Base class for errors and exceptions of Poco. It is Python3 compatible.
Raised when the UI element specified by query expression cannot be found.
Raised when the hierarchy structure changed over the selection or when accessing the UI element that is already recycled.
In most cases, there is no need to handle this exception manually. If this exception occurs, it usually means it is a bug in your code rather than application itself. Check your code first. The most of misuses comes from as follows.
button1 = poco('button1') time.sleep(10) # waiting for long enough before the UI hierarchy changing button1.click() # PocoTargetRemovedException will raise at this line. Because the 'button1' is not on the screen.