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Perpetual Python learner and dabbler in Linux.

Specific interests are:

  • automation
  • low-resource computing
  • unicorns

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Nov
6
asked ATs at Epic or Issue/Task level in JIRA
Oct
17
asked Testing Exchange Rates / FOREX in an accounting app
Sep
22
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Sep
22
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Sep
22
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Sep
22
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22
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Sep
22
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22
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Sep
7
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Sep
7
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Sep
7
revised What do I need to start from zero in automated testing?
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Sep
7
revised How do I simulate a right click using Selenium 2 and PHPUnit?
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Sep
7
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Sep
7
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Jan
14
asked What common browser plugins should be tested against?
Dec
24
comment Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
Hi @JoeStrazzere, agreed in the context of Google Maps. For our specific site (think Job site, with lots of text info) we can definitely see zoom in cases, especially for iOS users (25% of our userbase). With iOS Safari, it does not allow zooming out passed the baseline zoom level AFAIK, so I'm basing assumption on that. Still, I think based on the feedback here and thinking about it more, in this isolated case, we will fix the bug. Going forward, we will test zoom IN levels for majority of information heavy pages and possibly OUT for specific contexts.
Dec
24
accepted Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
Dec
24
comment Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
Thanks @Bj. Primary customer profiles exist, but without a set of personas. I think I can assume for now that zooming IN will be prevalent, but OUT very rare.
Dec
24
comment Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
Thanks again @JoeStrazzere, at this point, it's an educated guess based on the content on the site which does not people to zoom out (I would assume the same for say Wikipedia). Your point of what would I say to the customer is a good one, though and helps with perspective. Some more real user testing needed and if anyone mentioned zoom, I would assume more people would and even one potential customer's UX is worth the small time required to fix the issue.