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In previous versions of Xamarin Test Cloud, it was possible to use the Marked method to find UI elements that were set using the AccessibilityLabel property. In the latest version of Xamarin.UITest(2.0.7), this no longer works. No UI elements are found when AccessibilityLabel is set.
The documentation for the Marked method states that AccessibilityLabel can be used.
Hey Ryan -
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I'll be resolving this issue as invalid for now for bookkeeping purposes, but invite you to utilize the link to contact support at the top right of the page when you're logged into Test Cloud. Submit the information above there - this'll get you directed through the appropriate routes.
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Make sure you set AccessibilityLabel in UIThread.