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[QF-Test] QF-Test version 4.0.5 released

  • Subject: [QF-Test] QF-Test version 4.0.5 released
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Tue, 12 May 2015 16:10:41 +0200

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 QF-Test version 4.0.5 released

QF-Test version 4.0.5 is now available for download from

Besides support for Firefox versions 38 and 39 this release improves
interaction with JavaFX, adds checks for tooltips and fixes various

 Release Notes for QF-Test version 4.0.5

New features:

* Support was added for Firefox versions 38 and 39.

* A new standard check for tool-tips has been added.

* For JavaFX the synchronization of QF-Test event replay with the
  JavaFX toolkit and its event handling and repaint mechanism has
  been significantly improved, which makes test replay more robust.

* The new option "Use font with support for international characters"
  can be activated to enable support for display of international
  characters in case QF-Test doesn't detect that requirement

* The new 'Procedure' qfs.utils.dumpComponents in the standard library
  qfs.qft logs a component (sub-)hierarchy including geometry and
  class information which may be helpful during test development.

* Drag&Drop operations between components of different GUI engines,
  independent applications or the SUT and the desktop can now be
  performed with the help of the 'Procedure' qfs.utils.dragAndDrop.

Bugs fixed:

* Creating a thread dump of the SUT is also working for 64 bit Java
  VMs on Windows now.

* When recording procedures with a template file that contained an
  empty parameter list for container procedures, the resulting
  procedure calls were broken so badly that the test-suite could no
  longer be saved.

* Memory usage for creating an XML or HTML report from a run-log
  containing externalized logs has been significantly reduced.

* Event replay for Swing, which was noticeably slower in QF-Test
  version 4.0.4, is now back to normal speed.

* In a few special cases the replay of mouse events on JavaFX menus
  was broken with Java 8 update 40.

* SUT connection with the FX engine now is being delayed until the FX
  toolkit has been fully initialized. This enables support for
  applications with embedded FX components that create the FX bridge
  during startup but initialize the FX toolkit later when the first FX
  component is shown.

* A possible deadlock for combined Swing and FX applications with a
  shared event dispatch thread has been fixed.

* Class resolution despite compressed or obfuscated Javascript has
  been significantly improved so that web applications based on the
  AJAX toolkit GWT are running much faster now.

* In some cases, the check recording mode in the Chrome browser was
  not exited cleanly so that subsequent event recording failed.

* Due to a rounding issue, image checks in the Chrome browser were
  sometimes one pixel off.

* When checking text in web applications, combinations of NBSP and
  normal space were not always resolved correctly.

* The QF-Test browser was leaking memory when a nested FRAME or IFRAME
  was unloaded during page navigation.

Gregor Schmid

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