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Article Recording Mouse Activity

by Jim R. on Friday, February 20, 2015

This guide describes the different types of mouse events and how they are recorded in Rapise.

By default the Rapise recorder is sensitive to following mouse events:

  • Mouse left click

Depending on type of Application Under Test (AUT) it is possible that other mouse activities are recorded such as:

  • Left double-click
  • Left triple-click

Rapise does not record the following mouse actions:

  • Mouse move over element (hovering, onmousemove)
  • Right mouse button click
  • Right mouse button double-click
  • Middle mouse button click
  • Middle mouse button double click
  • Mouse gestures of all kind including Drag&Drop, Drag&Resize and so on

Although only a limited subset of mouse activity is being recorded, there are a number of ways to reproduce mouse activity of any complexity in test scenarios.

  1. Use actions available for any object: DoLClick, DoLDClick, DoLButtonUp, DoLButtonDown and so on (actions of Win32Generic behavior).
  2. Use Analog Recording to exactly learn mouse movements. See the AnalogRecorder sample that demonstrates the analog recorder facilities.

 

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