I've used a tool called
Ranorex for my test automation projects, and it has an annoying issue with click actions: They are not stable. A click on any element can be missed at any time, even when the element was loaded seconds ago and there's nothing on top of it.
As I'm getting more and more tired of seeing clicks being missed for no reason, I'd like to find another tool, that can surpass this issue. And of course the 1st one I think of is
Selenium, due to a noticeable difference:
Ranorex uses real mouse pointer to simulate mouse actions, while
I've worked with
Selenium before, but I think I don't have enough experience to make an assessment of the success rate of "click" actions with
Selenium. So I'd love to know about your opinions on this matter, like how good (in general)
Selenium handles click actions in your opinion, how often you see
Selenium misses a click, how often you have to find another way to click an element.