Applies to TestLeft 4.30, last modified on November 21, 2019

In TestLeft 14.20, we have fixed the following bugs reported by our customers:

General

  • Fixed: Access violation errors when running tests on the Windows Server 2008 R2 system.

Desktop Application Testing

  • Fixed: TestLeft could stop responding when testing a .NET application.

  • Fixed: Memory issues when accessing string properties of objects in a tested Delphi application.

  • Fixed: On Windows 10, calling the ClickCell method of a Stingray control in a Visual C++ application could cause TestLeft to exit unexpectedly.

  • Fixed: The items of drop-down list objects recognized by using UIAutomation didn’t have the Select method.

  • Fixed: In WPF applications, the ClickItem method of list box and list view controls reported an error even if a click was simulated correctly.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could not access buttons in a Delphi application by using the UI Spy.

  • Fixed: In WPF applications, the SetCompositeControls method returned an exception if the list of composite controls was too large.

Web Testing

  • Fixed: TestLeft could exit unexpectedly when testing a CEF application.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could stop responding when running tests for CEF applications.

  • Fixed: TestLeft could exit unexpectedly when running tests in the Chrome browser or could lose access to the tested web application's internal objects.

  • Fixed: Sometimes, the tcCrHost.exe process (a TestComplete extension for Google Chrome) could exit unexpectedly during the test run.

  • Fixed: The “External exception E06D7363” error could occur when running web tests in Firefox.

  • Fixed: Firefox could stop responding during the test run if the tested web application used web components.

  • Fixed: The FindChild method didn’t recognize data- attributes in web applications running in Internet Explorer.

  • Fixed: The Run method could fail to correctly open the needed web page in Internet Explorer.

  • Fixed: TestLeft generated incorrect code for the PagePopup object in the UI Spy.

Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

  • Fixed: TestLeft could exit unexpectedly during the test run if the SendKeys method was used in a data-driven loop.

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