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[QF-Test] Default Settings for QFTest / Components Unnamed


  • Subject: [QF-Test] Default Settings for QFTest / Components Unnamed
  • From: Preston Michael <Michael.Preston@?.com>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2012 19:00:44 -0000

Title: Default Settings for QFTest / Components Unnamed

Hi,

I've recently started using QFTest (using version V3.4.2) and I am trying to look at getting existing tests which have not been ran for some time to run reliably.

Genrally the majority of the components are unnamed, the application consists of many components mostly swing extensions, lots of dialogs and also dynamic components markers moving around a screen.

As a start I am trying to play with the settings under the Replay->Recognition options. I think I want the tool to bias toward using the geometry and not the names. So to start I presume I should use "Name override mode" as Plain attribute? It seems that I am curently getting better recognition when using Hierarchical resolution.

I am currently experimenting with the bonus and penalty values are there any recommendations? Also I am unable to set these values back to the defaults so have to remember what they were before my changes. Is there a reset values function somewhere?

Thanks for the help,

Regards,
Mike



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