Bug Fixes in TestLeft 2.42

Applies to TestLeft 15.40, last modified on March 17, 2022

In TestLeft 2.42, the following bugs reported by our customers have been fixed:

  • Fixed: The tested Qt application could exit unexpectedly during the test run if two versions of the same Qt library were loaded in the application.

  • Fixed: If custom language settings were specified in the operating system, the tested application could exit unexpectedly when the Keys method was used.

  • Fixed: When running tests in the Chrome web browser, TestLeft could not select items from a drop-down list in the tested web application.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could not navigate to a web page in Edge and reported the “Environment is incorrect” error if Edge had the AdBlock extension installed and enabled.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could freeze when capturing a Tab control in a web application.

  • Fixed: The inner hierarchy that TestLeft showed for a jsTree control running in Internet Explorer differed from the one TestLeft showed for the control running in other supported web browsers.

  • Fixed: When accessing the tested web application running in Internet Explorer, TestLeft could freeze or exit unexpectedly, or it could cause Internet Explorer to freeze or crash.

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