WebUI.mouseOverOffset(to, offsetX, offsetY) random position on the element


Please help me to understand the schema to hover over a random position on the element.
I would like to use WebUI.mouseOverOffset(to, offsetX, offsetY).
offsetX, offsetY position in relative to the element.
Am I right to use just a random int among element int height value and element int width value?
Or I should take into account an absolute element position?

I have a warning while running the draft code for WebUI.mouseOverOffset() keyword:

org.openqa.selenium.interactions.Actions moveToElement
INFO: When using the W3C Action commands, offsets are from the center of element

Could you please clarify the proper way to hover over a random position on the element.

Thank you in advance for your help!

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  1. I get a width and a height of the element
  2. WebUI.mouseOverOffset(to, offsetX, offsetY)
    I use the center of element to define offsetX, offsetY based on the width and the height of the element