Features Added to TestComplete 15.61

Applies to TestComplete 15.63, last modified on April 10, 2024

This topic describes the changes made to TestComplete 15.61. For information on the changes made to other versions of the product, see Version History.

In version 15.61

Patch fixes (minor release 15.61.48)

  • Resolved blocker bug related to object identification with XPath and CSS selectors, eliminating delays and restoring proper functionality.

Improvements

  • Enhancements in our integration with VisualTest, including passing APIKey to TestExecute CI.

  • Added support for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge up to version 121.

  • A new region in BitBar also added in TestComplete.

  • Added support for CEF Library for versions 115-120.

  • Updated NodeJS in TestComplete up to version 20.10.0.

  • Added support for Mozilla Firefox ESR up to version 115.4.0.

  • Removed the option to edit Test Run Name in Keyword Visual Testing operation.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed the issue with TestComplete display settings on multiple screens.

  • Resolved the issue with failing test runs via BitBar.

  • Fixed the issue with Object Spy search not working for mobile application that support WebView.

  • Resolved the problem of application not performing steps in Printer’s Dialog on Google Chrome browser.

  • Fixed the issue with detecting elements on CEF applications when changing PC display settings.

  • Addressed the problem with log files only being created for one script instead of the whole suite.

  • Resolved the issue with inability to recognize the elements on CEF apps without enabling the MSAA.

  • Fixed the problem with TestComplete crashing applications.

  • Addressed the issue with not recognizing Blazor web component.

  • Resolved the problem with TestComplete being unable to stop the test or close the application when a negative value for the “LazyLoadDelay” variable is used.

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