If you turn Quick Edit mode on, you can create test scenarios more intuitively.
If the mode is set to On, you can select elements from the UI by clicking rather than using drag & drop.
How to use Quick Edit mode
Move to the MagicPod Edit test case screen, and launch the device. This explanation is given here for browsers, but the same applies to mobile apps.
If Quick Edit mode is set to On, click the lightning bolt mark in the menu on the right of the screen.
This kind of pop-up message will appear. If you do not want to see pop-ups like this in the future, check the checkbox and click "Close". If you click the lightning bolt mark again, the mode will be set to off.
If you set Element Detection mode to on, it will start to detect elements. For detailed information on using Element Detection mode, refer to Creating Real-Time Simple Tests.
If you place the mouse pointer over the various elements, the name of the respective element will be displayed.
If you click the element you wish to test, the test scenario will be created automatically.
Scenarios will automatically be created with commands that match the type of element clicked on.
Scenarios will be added as you repeatedly click the elements.
If the expected command is not set, you can edit the scenario and choose a different command.
Furthermore, even if you are not in a Cloud environment, you can use Quick Edit mode for images that have already been incorporated.
If you want to edit an element
If quick edit mode is turned OFF, the element name and locator can be edited by clicking on the element.
If you want to edit the element information while Quick Edit mode is turned ON, click the element while holding down Shift to display the Edit screen.