Checks the state of an application or web browser by verifying if an element appears in or disappears from the user interface, and can execute one set of activities if the element is found and a different set of activities if the element is not found. Can also be used outside an Use Application/Browser activity.
- Delay before - Delay (in seconds) between the time the previous activity is completed and the time this activity begins performing any operations. The default value is 0.2 seconds. Adding a delay between activities ensures that one activity has enough time to complete before the next activity begins.
- DisplayName - The name displayed for the activity in the Designer panel. A display name is automatically generated when you indicate a target.
- Target - Before indicating on screen the application you want to automate, this field is set to
(null). Once the target is indicated, all properties regarding the element that was indicated are displayed.
- Target.Check element visibility - If selected, checks whether the UI element is visible or not. By default, this check box is cleared.
- Target.Click Offset - Specifies an offset for the click activity, which can be further configured.
- Target.Click Offset.Anchoring Point - Describes the starting point of the cursor to which offsets from OffsetX and OffsetY properties are added. The following options are available: TopLeft, TopRight, BottomLeft, BottomRight, and Center. By default, Center is selected.
- Target.Click Offset.OffsetX - Horizontal displacement of the cursor position according to the option selected in the Position field. This field supports only
- Target.Click Offset.OffsetY - VerticaldDisplacement of the cursor position according to the option selected in the Position field. This field supports only
- Target.Fuzzy selector - The parameters for the fuzzy selector.
- Target.Native text - The text that is used to identify the target element.
- Target.Selector - The selector that is generated for the indicated element.
- Target.Targeting methods - The selector types that you want to use for identifying the element. This property can be set to any combination of Selector, Fuzzy selector, or Image.
- Target.Wait for page load - Before performing the action, wait for the application to become ready to accept input. The following options are available:
- None - Does not wait for the target to be ready.
- Interactive - Waits until only a part of the app is loaded.
- Complete - waits for the entire app to be loaded.