This topic describes the changes made to TestLeft 2.60. For information about the changes in other TestLeft versions, see TestLeft Version History.
The Properties and Methods panel of TestLeft UI Spy now has the button. Click it or press Ctrl + Backspace to quickly switch back to the main list of properties and methods. The button becomes available when you click the ellipsis button in the property list to explore the objects returned by properties.
Support for .NET Framework 4.7.1. You can automate testing of .NET and WPF applications that target .NET Framework version 4.7.1.
Support for Chrome 69, Firefox 60, 61, and 62, and for Edge 42 (comes with Windows 10 April 2018 Update). You can now create automated functional web tests on pages opened in the recent versions of these web browsers.
You may experience issues when simulating actions on processes launched from Google Chrome 69. For instance, the Open File and Save File dialogs called from Chrome. This happens because the
ThirdPartyBlockingEnabled security policy of Chrome prevents loading any third-party modules (in our case, TestLeft testing modules) to Chrome processes. To avoid possible issues, you can disable the security policy.
Support for Java 10. You can create and run tests for Java 10 and JavaFX 10 applications.
Support for the recent versions of controls:
Developer Express controls 18.1.3 (2018.1) for Windows Forms.
Developer Express controls 18.1.3 (2018.1) for VCL.
Infragistics NetAdvantage controls 2018 Vol.1 for Windows Forms.
Telerik controls 2018.2 (R2 2018) for Windows Forms.
Syncfusion Essential Studio 22.214.171.124 (2018.1).
Windows 10 April 2018 Update. You can now create and run tests in this version of the Windows operating system.
Support for Electron. You can now use TestLeft to create, record and run automated tests for Electron-based applications created with Electron 2.0.2.
The stability of web testing has been improved.
The minimum amount of free space the TestLeft installation requires on the system disk is 3.5 GB. For more information about TestLeft requirements, see System Requirements.
We have fixed a number of bugs reported by our customers.