Bug Fixes in TestLeft 4.10

Applies to TestLeft 4.72, last modified on December 21, 2020

In TestLeft 4.10, we have fixed the following bugs reported by our customers:

General

  • Fixed: Performance issues when running tests on computers with the latest Windows 10 updates installed.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could exit unexpectedly when starting a test run.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could exit unexpectedly after the test run was over.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could stop responding, and then could exit unexpectedly if an error occurred during the test run.

  • Fixed: SessionCreator could fail to open an interactive user session on a remote computer if the Windows Welcome Screen was enabled on that computer.

  • Fixed: The "Product is not installed" error when opening TestLeft UI Spy from IntelliJ Idea.

Desktop Application Testing

  • Fixed: TestLeft could fail to access some native properties and methods of the tested Visual Basic applications.

  • Fixed: TestLeft simulated clicks on radio buttons in Qt 5.2 applications incorrectly.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could not simulate user actions over the DevExpress Ribbon control on high DPI monitors.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could unexpectedly capture hidden objects when the user was exploring the DevExpress Ribbon control.

  • Fixed: The tested .NET application could stop responding or could exit unexpectedly during the test run.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could fail to recognize objects by using the UI Automation technology.

Web Testing

  • Fixed: TestLeft could not recognize popup windows in web applications in Internet Explorer and could stop responding or could exit unexpectedly when the user was exploring such windows or when a test was simulating user actions over them.

  • Fixed: When simulating user actions over a web page in Internet Explorer, TestLeft could fail to scroll the tested web page to the needed control correctly.

  • Fixed: When running tests or exploring objects in a web application running in Google Chrome on a computer with DPI set to 125%, TestLeft could incorrectly determine the size and position of the tested objects.

  • Fixed: TestLeft scrolled tables with fixed headers in web applications incorrectly.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could show an unexpected error message when the user was exploring frames in web applications.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could fail to properly recognize the tested CEF applications.

  • Fixed: In certain cases, the test engine was unable to find test objects in Visual Basic applications.

See Also

What's New in TestLeft 4.72

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