The UIControlBase type exposes the following members.
Allows an Object to attempt to free resources and perform other cleanup operations before the Object is reclaimed by garbage collection.(Inherited from Object.)
Serves as a hash function for a particular type.(Inherited from Object.)
Get the bitmap of the control.
Gets partial bitmap of the control
Gets the Type of the current instance.(Inherited from Object.)
Creates a shallow copy of the current Object.(Inherited from Object.)
Simulate a mouse move, this is good way to test hover functionality.
Release cached properties associated with the control. Cachable properties are : Children Parent CodePath ID
Sets the focus of the control
Waits for a specific child by ID
Waits for a specific child by name
Waits for a specific property
Simulate key strokes using the keyboard.
The class name of the control
The children of the control (as seen in the UI control browser)
The path to the control, as it will look from code
Return the access state of the control (Enabled/Disabled)
The native win32 handle of the control
The ID of the control. ID is in usually a unique idetifier of the control.
The index of the child control among its siblings
The layout of the control in absolute coordinates, (relative to the upper left corner of the desktop)
The name of the control
The parent of the control
The process that created the control
The name of the current type (UIAButton, UIAEditBox, etc) as it is translated by QAliber engine.
The visibility state of the control. Control is visble when exists on open process window and not minimized.
The name of the control as it appears in the UI Controls browser
This event is fired whenever a real action on a control (mouse click, keyboard activity) is about to be made