Indicates in TextBox.Source whether the Text property containing the content of a TextBox as it is known to the model was read from the SCREEN, SET by the model itself (e.g. by TextBox.Enter) or is UNKNOWN.
Different tolerance levels for the screen update checks (e.g. WaitUntilStableScreen, WaitUntilScreenUpdate). The related integer value corresponds to the amount pixels that are completely inverted (e.g. from black to white, or from yellow to blue) from one image to the next. Recommended value: Low
Exact = 0
Even a single pixel slightley changing its color will be considered as an update or a not stable screen.
Low = 50
Recommended value for most situations. A blinking cursor would still be ignored but e.g. a dropdown animation would be considered an update.
Medium = 500
Only larger updates such as opening a dialog are considered. Could be used when e.g. a loading animation or small progress bar should be ignored.
Large = 5000
Use this to detect large changes affecting a substantial part of the screen, but ignoring animations or local changes.
The element is to the right of the label.
The element is under the label, e.g. on the next line.
The element is to the left of the label.
The element is above the label, e.g. on the previous line.
Default value, we don't know if we even have a scroller.
The scroller is inactive or not shown, typically the case when the scrollable content fits on the screen.
The scroller is shown and active, the window can be scrolled. The position of the scroller is not known, could be at the top, bottom or anywhere between.
The scroller is shown and active and the scrollbar is at the top. The beginning of the scrollable content is shown.
The scroller is shown and active and the scrollbar is at the bottom. The end of the scrollable content is shown.
For horizontal Scroller: The scroller is shown and active and the scrollbar is at the left end. The end of the scrollable content is shown.
For horizontal Scroller: The scroller is shown and active and the scrollbar is at the right end. The beginning of the scrollable content is shown.
Indicates whether the Content of an OnScreenElement shall be searched as image with FindImage or as text with FindText.
Indicates whether the text in a TextBox can be read from the screen by Clipboard interaction or with OCR.
The content of the TextBox is read by selecting all, copying to the clipboard and reading the content of the clipboard on the SUT.
The content of the TextBox is read using the OCR algorithm.