Waits until an option is selected from the drop-down list before proceeding.
If you call
wait("first"), then if an option has already been selected by the time this command is evaluated, the next commands are evaluated and executed right away. If no option has been selected so far, the next commands are only evaluated and executed after a selection happens.
If you pass a test on an element as an argument, it only evaluates and executes the next commands when a selection happens while the test is successful. If the test is not successful, it will be checked again next time a selection happens.
@newText("I want ") @ .after( newDropDown("what", "").add("candy","to break free") ) @ .print() @, @newTimer("read", 2000) @ .start() @ .wait() @, @getDropDown("what") @ .wait("first")
- Prints the text I want and, to its right, a drop-down list containing candy and to break free onto the page, then waits 2s and waits until an option is selected before proceeding. Since
waitwas called with the argument
"first", execution will immediately proceed at the end of the 2s timer if an option was selected in the meantime, or it will wait for a selection to happen is no option has been selected at the end of the 2s timer.