Use this method to set the maximum time Eyes will try to perform a match on the fully captured image.
Since a browser can take time to render a page (because it is complex, or because of slow network speeds), if Eyes detects mismatches, it will initially assume that the mismatch is because the render has not completed yet, and it will retry the match after a short wait. You can use this method to determine how much time Eyes spends retrying the matching before declaring a mismatch.
IConfiguration configval = config.SetMatchTimeout(value); config.MatchTimeout = configval; = config.MatchTimeout;
Note that this feature is available as both a method and a property.
- The timeout to set in seconds.
- Type: IConfiguration
The value returned is the object that called the method.
This allows you to use a fluent style to call the
setXXXXmethods of the Configuration class.