|Browser actions are clip elements that specify a single action for CloudTest Conductor to execute in a browser. Common actions include clicking on links and typing in inputs. Browser actions are added to a Test Clip through recording or by adding the action manually through the Clip Editor.|
|When a browser action has been added to a Test Clip, it appears as a clip element in the Clip Editor.|
|Browser actions are edited in the properties pane of the Clip Editor when a browser action is selected and the Selected: <browser action name> tab is chosen. Alternately, a browser action can be edited using the Info window in the Clip Editor workspace, which is accessible by clicking the Gear icon for a given action.|
|The Clip Editor lower panel can be resized (minimized, maximized, ...) by clicking the Resize buttons.|
|The Browser Action Editor consists of three parts, the (leftmost) Elements and Properties list; the middle pane, which contains Inputs and Information; and a reference panel that shows reference information pertaining to the selected action.
When Inputs are selected in the outline, the inputs for the selected action are shown and can be edited.
|When the top-level Browser Action item is selected in the Elements and Properties outline, general information about the browser action is shown. Three browser action tabs are presented in the middle panel: General (This is where a description can be entered about the particular action and error handling can be set); Repeats (set action-level repeats); and Custom Properties (define one or more action properties).|
|Waits, Outputs, Validations and Property Sets, and Custom Properties can all be added in the Browser Action editor.|