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Instead you should create Firefox profile in order to invoke it locally. Refer this : http://www.howtogeek.com/209320/how-to-set-up-and-use-multiple-profiles-user-accounts-in-firefox/ This should resolve your problem.


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Since you are using CodedUI for this I would write something like this. public static void GetAllElements(BrowserWindow bw) { var a = bw.GetChildren().Where(x => x.GetProperty("TagName").ToString() == "TD"); foreach (var control in a) { Console.WriteLine(control.Name); ...


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It is not in one go, but one list per element type, using driver.FindElement(By.TagName("tag")) http://www.seleniumhq.org/docs/03_webdriver.jsp (as @ilm correctly suggested)


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This worked for me in webdriver.io var webdriverio = require('webdriverjs-angular'); var options = { desiredCapabilities: { browserName: 'firefox' }, ngRoot: 'html' // main application selector }; var wd = webdriverio.remote(options).init(); var wd2 = webdriverio.remote(options); ...


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Because I can't comment: Here are some thoughts, I can probably provide more if you give the HTML as well. What is similar about the fields that are processing slow? Or fast? Carefully look at the UIspy to review the ControlType and Properties. Remember, the more specific you make your SearchProperties the faster they will locate. Conversely, the more ...


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I have used Ranorex on a Very large web app in the past. Functionally there is nothing (that i found) that would mean it wasnt able to scale. As always, how you organise your tests will be your main impediment, not the app/framework itself.



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