This release comes to light two small features:
the Set-UIAControlKeys cmdlet, previously was a copy-paste of Set-UIAConrolText as there was no great idea how to do it better and cheaper,
now is what the Sendkeys class does.
Get-UIA....(a control, a window, or the desktop) ... | Set-UIAControlKeys -Text "abc";
The naming of the cmdlet itself and parameters is ugly yet.
UIAutomaitonSpy in the manual mode (i.e. tab Code, buttons Start/Stop) now displays the class of a control (ClassName in terms of MS UI Automation).
The manual mode is intended to be used as a reference to a control you are approaching to, so that the full code is still better to get through the Start-UIARecorder cmdlet.
Some control don't have Name nor AutomationId, so that the only way to get such controls is to use the -Class parameter. In most cases -Class must not be used as it is frequently operationg system-dependent.