You can play back visual tests one step at a time while in debug mode. Known as stepping, this allows you to trace through steps during playback to see the order in which the test steps execute, any data returned by a specific step, and if a step executes successfully.
Step Into is useful for detailed analysis of a test, and lets you see the effect of each step on variable usage and test application interaction.
Using Step Over at a step other than one that plays back another visual test or script has the same effect as using Step Into. Only the next step executes before playback suspends and re-enters debug mode.
Use Step Out when playback is suspended at a step in a visual test or code line that has been inserted in another visual test, and you want to playback the remaining visual test or script and return to the original visual test. When playback executes the remainder of the inserted script or visual test, it suspends and re-enters debug mode at the next sequential line in the original visual test.
Use Run To Cursor to playback the visual test or script and stop playback at a point just before a run-time error occurs. This lets you stop playback at a specific line or statement without having to insert breakpoints. Once playback stops, you can continue using one of the other debug options.
Stepping commands are accessed from the Debug menu.