Test Visualizer takes screenshots of user actions during test recording and playback. These images (or frames) help you better understand which actions test commands do, and find the differences between the expected and observed application behavior and state.
Describes the Test Visualizer subsystem and explains how you can use it.
Describes the Test Visualizer panel that shows the images captured during test recording.
Explains how to turn Test Visualizer on and off and change the amount of saved data.
Describes the Visualizer Frame window that is used to explore captured images.
Explains how you can compare images that were captured during test recording with images captured during test playback.
Explains how you can work with individual images (frames) in the Test Visualizer panel.
Describes how to modify images in the Test Visualizer panel.
Describes how Test Visualizer frames can be shared.
Explains how to create test commands from images (frames) in the Test Visualizer panel.
Describes some tips of using Test Visualizer.
A script extension that enables you to record videos for automated test runs. This is a possible alternative to Test Visualizer.