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[QF-Test] QF-Test 4.0.0-beta2 released


  • Subject: [QF-Test] QF-Test 4.0.0-beta2 released
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2014 16:53:25 +0200

Dear QF-Test users,

the second public Beta of QF-Test version 4.0 is now available for
download from

    http://www.qfs.de/en/qftest/download.html

This version completes support for generic classes which are now
uniform for all GUI engines. Chrome support is progressing well and
embedded browsers via JavaFX WebView or JxBrowser 4 can now be
interacted with, capture/replay of mouse events already works.

As with the first Beta, licenses for QF-Test version 3.5 are valid for
QF-Test version 4 until June 30, 2014.

Please note that Chrome support is automatically included in
QF-Test/web whereas JavaFX support in QF-Test/fx is a new GUI engine
that must be purchased separately or as an add-on. Evaluation licenses
automatically include support for the JavaFX engine, users with a
commercial license should request an evaluation license if they want
to give QF-Test/fx a try.


Release notes for QF-Test 4.0.0-beta2
=====================================

New features:
-------------

* Generic classes are now also implemented for Swing and SWT.

* QF-Test records generic class, custom class and system class as
  extra features named qfs:genericclass, qfs:class and qfs:systemclass
  respectively. This is useful information and can be used to switch
  individual components to a more specific or less specific class. In
  case the generic class also has a more specific sub-type QF-Test
  also records the extra feature qfs:type, e.g. "PanelTitle" for a
  Label that is the title of a TitledPanel.

* Supported standard functionality for Chrome now includes support for
  downloads, handling prompt and confirm dialogs as well as getting
  and setting the cursor position in text fields which is required for
  recording mouse events relative to a character position and for
  'Text input' nodes which insert text into the middle of existing
  text.

* Support for embedded browsers now includes JavaFX WebView and
  JxBrowser 4. Though this is still work in progress, basic capture
  and replay for mouse events already works.

* When started from QF-Test Chrome now also automatically accepts SSL
  certificates for HTTPS connections.

* It is now possible to choose between different layouts of the
  test-suites in the selection dialog for 'Procedures'.


Bugs fixed:
-----------

* Thanks to improved focus management replay for JavaFX on Linux
  should be more reliable now, especially selection of menu items.

* Replaying hard mouse click for the middle or right button did not
  work correctly with JavaFX.

* An Excel 2010 sheet with a cross-sheet reference to a pure number is
  now handled correctly by the 'Excel data file' node.

Best regards,
    Gregor Schmid

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