In order to obtain new Actions object call WebDriver.Actions.

var actions = WebDriver.Actions();

Then construct your action, build and perform it.

var el1 = WebDriver.FindElementByXPath("//select[@id='ctrl07']/option[1]");
var el2 = WebDriver.FindElementByXPath("//select[@id='ctrl07']/option[2]");
var el3 = WebDriver.FindElementByXPath("//select[@id='ctrl07']/option[3]");


Here is one liner example.


Actions class is described in Rapise help.

Note: If in your code you have a reference to Rapise object then you may address corresponding element via `.element`:

var obj = SeS('username');


Check out the sample test on GitHub.