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From Lesson 5
Mouse/Pointer-related action time (ms):
Specifies the overall time in milliseconds used for a manually created mouse action.
What exactly does this mean? Is it the time taken to perform a mouse action (e.g. a click), or is it something else?
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It is the total time the specific action takes.
I will give an example to better describe it:
The Mouse/Pointer-related action time is for instance set to 5000ms and the Mouse move time per action is set to 600ms, so the overall time the action takes is 5000ms.
This time is split up in the mouse move of 600ms and a delay of 4400ms after the move and click was executed so the total time the action takes is 5000ms.