There is a way to do this through Reflection. It's a little bit complicated. But for example, let's say i want to set the password of the password element shown in the attached screenshot. You can do this with this code:
thePage = Pages.GetType().GetProperty(
theElement = thePage.GetType().GetProperty(
HtmlInputPassword passwordField = (HtmlInputPassword)theElement;
Notice how I'm passing in strings for the different nodes taken from Elements Explorer. Hope this helps.
I have filed a feature request to make this easier. You can follow it here
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