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How can I have Groovy/Geb know which toolbar in my application is the current/active toolbar

 
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Hi,

I currently am using Geb and Groovy to test a web-based application.  I have some pages defined and the toolbars are in a bunch of different modules.  How can I perhaps use delegation to have it know which toolbar is the active toolbar instead of having to reference the toolbar in the code in a way such as toolbarName.buttonName.click()

Ideally, I just want to give it a button name and have it know automatically which toolbar it is associated with... Rich
 
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