I am testing a WPF application and it is crucial that I simulate front-end, user peripheral input as genuinely as possible. If I want to enter some text into some textbox, how can I do this such that it is the same as a user physically using a keyboard with the app?
I asked this question via email and was pointed to the 'Test Step Properties' section of the Test Studio documentation. I am a bit confused on how using properties like 'SimulateRealClick', 'SimulateRealTyping', and 'SimulateRealUser' can be implemented and how they are useful.
If I create a LeftClick step, is Test Studio going to perform this click using the mouse or does it invoke a click on the WPF element?