Regardless of what type of UI element is currently
selected the 'General' section provides information about whether the
element is enabled, valid or visible.
Logical adapters like 'Form', 'Button' or 'Text'
of what technology is used from the application under test, Ranorex tries to abstract it with logical adapters as explained in Ranorex UI Adapter. These adapters are also used within repositories and provide class specific attribute values
like the text value or the state of a checkbox.
Technology related adapters like 'Control', 'Accessible' or 'NativeWindow'
type of adapter is used to group technology related information like
the 'ControlName' of a .NET WinForms button or the process name of an
All attributes shown within this tab are accessible during an automated test for validation. Depending on the type of a UI element, they may also be used to set values. Learn more about how to use different adapters to read and set attribute values at Code Examples - Create Adapters to Access More Properties and Methods.
In addition all attributes can be used within the RanoreXPath. By default the attribute in the overview tab written in bold is automatically used to identify the UI element.