You can use the
Playback options to control timing during playback.
Tools > Options.
Options dialog box opens.
Click the plus sign (+) next to
Playback in the
Options menu tree.
Playback options display in the right side panel and the
Timing subcategory displays in the outline view below
Application ready timeout text box, specify the number of milliseconds to wait for an application to become ready.
If the application is not ready within the specified timeout,
Silk Test Workbench raises an exception.
Keyboard event delay text box, specify the delay, in milliseconds, between keyboard strokes during replay.
The optimal number you select can vary, depending on the application that you are testing. For example, if you are testing
a web application, a setting of 1 millisecond radically slows down the browser. However, setting this to 0 (zero) may cause
basic application testing to fail.
Mouse event delay text box, specify the delay, in milliseconds, used before each mouse event in a script.
The delay affects moving the mouse, pressing buttons, and releasing buttons.
Object enabled timeout text box, specify the time, in milliseconds, to wait for an object to become enabled during replay.
Object resolve timeout text box, specify the time, in milliseconds, to wait for an object to be resolved during replay.
Specify a value for the
Screen shot delay.
Enter the number of milliseconds to wait once focus has been set to a new window before taking a screen shot of the window.
By default this value is set to 300 milliseconds.
Unresponsive application timeout text box, enter the time, in milliseconds, for canceling pending playback actions.
Save As to save your settings for the
Playback options as a group.