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Unable to click Remove in Chrome

When trying to remove 'David Riesz,' I'm getting an error: WebDriverError: unknown error: Element is not clickable at point (171, 928)

It seems Chrome webdriver is trying to click the middle of the button element. When inspecting the element, you can see the button is bottom-left justified in relation to the element, and the middle of the actual button element is empty space. Any ideas on a work-around?

Its possible that the button is not visible for the click to be performed. You can try to scroll or moveToElement first and then perform click. try action.moveToElement(element).click().perform(); before click.