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accepted NUnit: Global error method/event for handling exceptions
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accepted Speed up launch of WebDriver Firefox Window
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asked WebDriver: Can I inject a jQuery script for a page that isn't using jQuery?
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asked Selenium 2.0 WebDriver: Clearing Session Data
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comment Speed up launch of WebDriver Firefox Window
I'll give you some points.. if you can help me answer some of my questions below, I'll add a few more to your comments. :-)
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comment Speed up launch of WebDriver Firefox Window
does this require I use the Java client drivers? If that's the case, I'll continue using the C# drivers and just use the same browser window. Is there a way I can place the instance somewhere (on some other process) or serialize it and save the object to a file so I can easily grab it again? I'll have to research the cleaning up of session data--another thing I haven't done yet.
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revised Speed up launch of WebDriver Firefox Window
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accepted Selenium IDE clickAndWait command not working for unique LinkButton control
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comment Selenium IDE clickAndWait command not working for unique LinkButton control
For now, I'll mark this as the answer. I've found that you cannot rely on link text for clicking anchors. I have since switched to using WebDriver and relying on xpath for most my anchor clicks.