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Jul
1
comment WebDriver login and click action ain't working…
Thanks Jason! :)
Jul
1
comment WebDriver login and click action ain't working…
Sorry that I can answer only now. So... It's a windows machine. And It seems that Javascript is causing the trouble because the page gets loaded. So https couldn't be the cause. I reverted to firefoxdriver for now. :(
Jul
1
comment WebDriver login and click action ain't working…
It's a windows box actually. Yeah I know of headless running, could your elaborate? Thanks!
Jun
30
comment Selenium: Ajax Testing
True. But you can easily attune it to something else. :) Glad it helped smriti! :)
Jun
6
comment Recommend a Good QA Book
Agreed. There is no real straight good answer for this.
May
27
comment Selenium.click not working on some anchor elements
Nope. That should be selenium.clickAt("locator","0,0");
May
27
comment Selenium.click not working on some anchor elements
Have you tried the clickAt(0,0) function? That helps in a lot of cases.
May
25
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
:)) Thanks very much! Glad that at least I could contribute a worthy sparring partner! :)
May
25
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
:DD Ok. I give up. You won. :) +1. :)
May
24
comment Systematic approaches to selection of test data
I call myself senior software tester because I worked as a tester for 7 years now. I know many things about testing, but I know that I can never know enough. Questions like these make my heart warm because I know what I have to learn next and what still can be learned about testing. Awesome Question. +1. Thanks!
May
24
comment Systematic approaches to selection of test data
Hollly Hell man. Nice answer. I would give you two points if I could. Respect.
May
24
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
No, I didn't said that checklist are for unskilled work only. I never said such a thing. I said that for this particular thing there is no checklist to go through. Like Ethel said: "Just to be clear, I know that you can't just walk through a checklist or else we'd automate the process"
May
23
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
Sorry 'bout that. My point is, that there is no recepie or check list to reduce a bug. Of course it's a tester skill. It's knowledge, it's experience, and it all depends on the bug you found and the circumstances which you found it in. :)
May
23
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
I don't think so. There are many bugs out there that are either not reproducable but once, or just plain hard to catch. You can't put a list on that. The reason that you didn't find any is that there are none. You have to be intuitive. Or know the code a little bit perhaps.
May
23
comment Can the base-url be changed in the same browser session using Selenium RC?
*chrome is another wrapper for firefox that can use https. It doesn't mean that it literary will open a CHROME browser.
May
23
comment Will the new ISO/IEC 29119 Software Testing standard work with agile methodologies like Scrum?
What James Said. He is after all the father of all that is the life of a Pirate tester. Arrr!
May
18
comment What are the most popular bug tracking tools?
What is your opinion, What's the best, What's the most popular, questions like these are FORUM related. Please close this question.
May
11
comment A way to match on text using CSS locators
Ooh... Yeah.. This probably only works when using the RC. I don't know 'bout the IDE. It doesn't have much of the support of programming languages. :(
May
11
comment Do you test using VM, User Agent, MutlipleIE etc?
Heh, indeed. :) But also, if I publish good answers they might see that : ohh that company has good employees working for them. Or i could promote them and so on and so fort. This does work both ways. But generally I agree. I would avoid writing down names and such.
May
11
comment Do you test using VM, User Agent, MutlipleIE etc?
Yeah sorry 'bout that. I had to, because I just realized that I signed a stupid legal agreement.... Thanks for the +1. :)