control can have a variety of events attached to it and you need to
determine what those are if you want to fire them manually from code. Visual Event will help. It’s a “bookmarklet” so you just drag it in your
bookmark bar. From there you’re ready to start using it as a browser
add-on. Here’s a video demonstrating how to do that.
This is a good time to mention that the above article will soon become obsolete. We will be introducing some enhancements to Test Studio's jQuery-handling abilities. This will include a brand new jQuery API. And we will also automatically detect and fire the change event without you having to write any code at all.
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