- This workload will:
- Simulate a user opening the built-in Windows 10 Paint 3D app and performing various 3D rendering tasks as an actual user might perform. This generates realistic graphically-intensive load.
- The following steps will be performed:
- Opening app and capturing app-opening timing with a custom timer
- Opening 2D shapes page, clicking the Multipoint Star shape, drawing/committing it to canvas, converting it to 3D, and moving it back and forth in 3D space
- Opening 3D shapes page, clicking the Cat shape, drawing/committing it to canvas, and moving it back and forth in 3D space
- Opening Stickers page, clicking the Bark texture, drawing/committing it to canvas, converting it to 3D and moving it back and forth in 3D space
- Opening Text page, clicking the 3D text button, typing to text field, drawing/committing it to canvas, and moving it back and forth in 3D space
- Opening Effects page and cycling through the different (lighting) Effects
- *Comment this section out of the code if the targets don't have an internet connection*
Opening 3D library page, opening Latest 3D Collections page, drawing/committing the top-left model in the Latest 3D Collections page, and moving it back and forth in 3D space
- Zooming into the canvas all the way, resetting the view, zooming out of the canvas all the way, then resetting the view again
- Closing out of the Paint 3D app
- Supplemental information:
- If needed, configure the "Set global vars" section of this workload
- Go through the workload to understand what it's doing. Comment out any unneeded code/code blocks, or add on any needed functional testing
- Developed with: Login Enterprise Scripting Toolset/Application XRay version 4.6.5, Windows 10 Pro x64 21H1
- Last updated on: 12 Oct 2021
Please refer to the top of the attached .cs file for more information.
This workload is provided as-is and might need further configuration and customization to work successfully in each unique environment. For further Professional Services-based customization please consult with the Login VSI Support and Services team. Please refer to the section "Application Customization" for further self-help information regarding workload crafting and implementation.
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