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Re: [QF-Test] PDF in web browser - saveAsText
Hello Marek, thanks for the hint. This might be caused by some Adobe Acrobat Reader Update and it is still behaving a bit different on several machines. On my machine it's wxWindowNR and on another one it is wxWindowClassNR. We will integrate this in the next QF-Test release with a slight change to match both variants: if w.isVisible() and (cname=="wxWindowClassNR" or cname=="wxWindowNR"): Concerning your second question about adding the "inlineDisplay" parameter to qfs.autowin.acrobat.saveAsText as well. This might make no sense because the inline displayed PDF provides no option to save it as text. Best regards, Thomas -------- Original Message --------
Hello Thomas, I am running Windows 7 64bit, QF-Test version 4.0.7 and Adobe Acrobat Reader XI version 11.0.12 I have upgraded the acrobat to DC version 2015.008.20082 and I was still unable to save the page with save PDF or saveAsText. Maybe I was doing something wrong: I started the Internet Explorer browser with url of the pdf file. Then I called procedure qfs.autowin.acrobat.savePDF with following parameters: filename: C:\work\seite.pdf Title: Browser-Fenster – Dokument Name - Windows Internet Explorer titleRegexp: false dialogTitle: Speichern unter.*|Save .s.*|Save a Copy.*|Kopie speichern.* timeout: 30000 overwriteExistingFile: false windowtimer: 30000 savetimer: 3 inlineDisplay: false That didn’t work, it just threw UserException "Cannot find an open Adobe Reader window". Then I started playing with the savePDF script and figured out, what was possibly wrong – the function findInlinePDFWindow. In this method the expected window class is “wxWindowNR” but on my system it is “wxWindowClassNR”. Other problem is that the following condition for the window name checks only empty string. When I changed it, it started to work. This is the new method: def findInlinePDFWindow(): wins = Wnd.getAllWindows() for w in wins: cname = w.getWindowClassName(); if w.isVisible() and cname=="wxWindowClassNR": wname = w.getWindowText() title = rc.lookup("title") regTitle = re.compile(title) if regTitle.match(wname): childs = Wnd.getChildWindows(w) for c in childs: cText = c.getWindowText() name = ".*Adobe.*Reader.*" reg = re.compile(name) if reg.match(cText): window = c return window It would be nice to fix this in a next patch and also improve the SaveAsText function to accept the “inlineDisplay” parameter. Cheers Marek _______________________________________________ qftest-list mailing list qftest-list@?.de https://www.qfs.de/mailman/listinfo/qftest-list
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