Q7

Set-text command appears many times while I type a text.

Details

  • Type: Bug Bug
  • Status: Closed Closed
  • Priority: Major Major
  • Resolution: Fixed
  • Affects Version/s: 1.2.17
  • Fix Version/s: 1.2.18
  • Component/s: Recording
  • Labels:
    None
  • Test Mode:
    Q7

Description

with [get-window "Open Resource"] {
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text f
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text fi
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text fil
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text file
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text file1
    get-table | select file1
}

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Ulyana Skorokhodova added a comment - 04/Mar/13 2:55 PM

Reproducible on Q7-D12-805.

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Ulyana Skorokhodova added a comment - 04/Mar/13 2:55 PM Reproducible on Q7-D12-805.
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Ulyana Skorokhodova added a comment - 04/Mar/13 2:56 PM - edited

Steps to reproduce:

1) Create project with file1 and file2;
2) Launch "Open Resource" dialog (Ctrl+Shift+R);
3) Type "file2" slowly;

the following code is recorded:

get-view "Package Explorer" | get-tree | key-type "M1+M2+r"
with [get-window "Open Resource"] {
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text f
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text fi
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text fil
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text file
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text file2
    get-table | select file2
}
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Ulyana Skorokhodova added a comment - 04/Mar/13 2:56 PM - edited Steps to reproduce: 1) Create project with file1 and file2; 2) Launch "Open Resource" dialog (Ctrl+Shift+R); 3) Type "file2" slowly; the following code is recorded:
get-view "Package Explorer" | get-tree | key-type "M1+M2+r"
with [get-window "Open Resource"] {
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text f
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text fi
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text fil
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text file
    get-table | select file1
    get-editbox -after [get-label "Select an item to open (? = any character, * = any string):"] | set-text file2
    get-table | select file2
}
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sergey added a comment - 20/Mar/13 4:45 PM

Seem like it fixed in e4 now.

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sergey added a comment - 20/Mar/13 4:45 PM Seem like it fixed in e4 now.
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anastasia.ahramenko added a comment - 21/Mar/13 3:34 PM

Manual I verified it, problem is fixed.
Need Sikuli test on recording.

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anastasia.ahramenko added a comment - 21/Mar/13 3:34 PM Manual I verified it, problem is fixed. Need Sikuli test on recording.
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anastasia.ahramenko added a comment - 22/Mar/13 8:39 AM

Test was recorded.

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anastasia.ahramenko added a comment - 22/Mar/13 8:39 AM Test was recorded.

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Dates

  • Created:
    01/Mar/13 2:35 PM
    Updated:
    22/Mar/13 8:39 AM
    Resolved:
    20/Mar/13 4:45 PM