If you are a regular Oryon user, you already know that the gui object you usually interact with provides a number of methods,
such as gui.click("/Some/Button"); or gui.setText("/Some/TextField", "Oryon rocks!");
While most of these methods are named in a straightforward way, and Oryon’s recording capabilities greatly
simplify the generation of scripts which use common functionality, not all available methods are “discoverable” using the
graphical tools alone.
Therefore, we also provide Javadoc documentation of the relevant interfaces.
Please note that as an Oryon user, you will usually not need to care about implementation details such as package names
etc., you can simply call the relevant methods on the gui object.
if you are automating Syrius applications, start here.