Known Issues

This behaviour is a side effect of Maestro's anti-flakiness behaviour. Maestro expects that there will be a change in view hierarchy after the tap and, if there is none, it tries to tap again.
To work around this behaviour, use retryTapIfNoChange flag on your tapOn command:
- tapOn:
text: "Something"
retryTapIfNoChange: false

Unfortunately, Maestro does not yet support inputText commands that have unicode characters in them (follow this GitHub issue for status updates). Only ASCII characters are supported
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