By default, testRTC enables using CSS notation when you want to refer to different DOM elements on your web application. This applies to script commands such as .setValue(), .click() and .waitForElementVisible().
client .useXpath(), .waitForElementVisible('xpath', '//*[@id="login-form"]/fieldset/input', 30000), .useCss();
The reason to call .useCss() after that lookup is to get back to the default CSS scheme once done, as this is the default used by testRTC.
For a better understanding of CSS selectors, see here.