Setting Custom Attributes A well-defined locator relies on attributes that change infrequently and therefore requires less maintenance. Using a custom
attribute is more reliable than other attributes like caption or index, since a caption will change when you translate the
application into another language, and the index might change when another object is added.
Setting Replay Options Specify whether you want to ensure that the object that you want to test is active and whether to override the default replay
mode. The replay mode defines whether controls are replayed with the mouse and keyboard or with the API. Use the default mode
to deliver the most reliable results. When you select another mode, all controls use the selected mode.
Setting UI Automation Options Enable UI Automation support and specify which attributes and values to exclude from locators to allow Silk4J to better identify objects in applications that have implemented UI Automation provider interfaces, for example applications
that are based on JavaFX or QT.
Setting Advanced Options Set advanced options to enable fallback support, to specify whether locator attribute names should be case sensitive, and