2.92 Web Explorer - Jan 29, 2016

  1. Overview

    qTest Web Explorer allows for web testing across the most popular operating systems (Windows, Mac, and Linux). This web extension records tester activities on the browser, including Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Web Explorer is available for Enterprise and Elite packages and can be downloaded from qTest's Resources page.

  2. Version

    • Web Explorer for Chrome: 1.1.5
    • Web Explorer for Firefox: 1.1.9
    • Web Explorer for Safari: 1.1.4
  3. New Features

    • Web Explorer

      • Automatically display session editor when session completed successfully
      • Enhanced color annotation tool with a color picker when editing last captured screen in Web Explorer

      • Added 2 more annotation tools to session editor: Square callout, Oval callout

    • Web Session Editor

      • Enhanced color annotation tool with a color picker when editing last captured screen in session editor

      • Added 2 more annotation tools to session editor: Square callout, Oval callout

      • Show/hide all actions spots of the recorded session

      • Show/hide all actions spots of a specific captured screen

      • Show/hide a specific action spot

      • Display warning when selecting None for Screen option on "Save Options" dialog

  4. Fixed Bugs

    • N/A
  5. Known Bugs and Limitation

    • Chrome:
      • When upgrading to Google Chrome version 48.0.2564.97 m, some users might encounter crashing issue while installing any Chrome extension if their machine has TrendMicro installed. This issue might cause user not able to install Web Explorer extension
      • Cannot record audio more than 5 times
      • Cannot capture the drop down list of a standard combo box
    • Firefox:
      • Audio and video recording is not supported
      • Cannot capture a window different than the current window
    • Safari:
      • Audio and video recording is not supported
      • Cannot use the hotkey to complete sessions if the user is recording a non-capturable tab
    • All browsers: Un-recognized UI objects will be captured with generic descriptions such as ‘‘Click here’’ or ‘‘Type here’’