The long-awaiting feature came to us: early we needed to use external map services not only to view visitors’ countries (it’s interesting, really), but also visitor counters as WordPress displayed only view counters.
Today I noticed that visitor counters are also seen in statistics:
There is nothing new in Summaries and the top view counter displays only views, however, this is a good little step to better usability, I believe.
Sometimes, you need to set a window to a particular size. Not a problem, in the one-liner below we start Firefox and set height and width:
Start-SeFirefox | ConvertTo-SeAutomationElement | Invoke-UIAWindowTransformResize -TransformResizeWidth 500 -TransformResizeHeight 200;
One of amazing features of PowerShell cmdlets is supporting so-called wildcards. What are wildcards? The characters that substitute one or more, or even all of the characters in the string.
For example, you need to simplify your code:Start-Process calc -PassThru | Get-UIAWindow | Get-UIAButton -Name a* | Invoke-UIAButtonClick;
This code presses the plus button, the button that is named Add.
Imagine that you need to press the Reciprocal button and you’ll immediately love wildcards.