@Nav_alm – that it's a bit spartanic what you offer here as a question…
But let's try:
"Scrollable Frame" indicates DPS, but I don't know what "Text Frame" you want to access.
Is it INSIDE that "Scrollable Frame"?
var myTextFrameInside = myScrollableFrame.textFrames;
would access the FIRST (counting by index) of all text frames inside of the scrollable frame.
Did you try my suggestion?
But, How can access the scrollable frame.
Thanks for reply
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That's the same question:
how can I access something (a page item) on a page…
Answer: you need something unique in that object you can get a handle on.
Or you use the selection a user of your script is doing and work with that selection…
A "scrollable frame" is nothing special. What it makes it a "scrollable frame" is the DPS software.
So you have to look for attached labels on the object, that identify the object for the PDS plug-in "Overlay Creator" as a "scrollable frame". That's possible with the "extractLabel("KeyString")" function. But you need to know the appropriate key-string in advance.
In another of your thread in the DPS forum, I basically answered the question how to obtain those key-strings.
When knowing the key-string you could loop through all your page items (you can skip all text frames) in the allPageItems-collection, to identify the "scrollable frame" by extracting the right label.
If you have more than one "scollable frames" you need a second unique identifier for the particular object.
That could be nearly any property.
Keep in mind, there is no "scrollableFrames" collection in the DOM !
Try AnchorObject under textFrame