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There should be an element object that takes a selector and has common actions such as click, exists, etc

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      • Brandon StirnamanAdminBrandon Stirnaman (Admin, Fluent Automation) commented  · 

        I.Find("selector") returns an item that can be passed into basically all the actions. Its a few characters longer but it fits the style better than imperative actions directly off the element.

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