Just put a Thread.Sleep after initializing the ChromeDriver. driver = new ChromeDriver(); Thread.Sleep(5000); I know its not the fix but only a workaround.
I found this interesting article about using Ctrl + mouse click in WebDriver and thought of sharing it with you. Note: I have not used it yet. If you use it please let me know know how it works or if there are any issues. Actions(driver).KeyDown(Keys.Control).Click(element).Release().Perform();
Selenium IDE 1.5.0 New – Added support for Firefox 9 Bug – Changes to user extensions weren’t being updated in Firefox 8 – issue 2801 Bug – Security error was thrown when trying to type into file (upload) input fields in Firefox 8 – issue 2826 Bug – Improved French locale – issue 1912 Bug […]
Test automation is usually lagging behind development of new functionality. The tools that are used to automate are dependent on the UI and this causes automation of the functionality to start only after the environment and the UI are stable. Selenium is the test automation tool that helps test below the UI layer. The automation […]
Extracting information from datetime variable. DateTime d = DateTime.Today; d.Day -> Extracts the day d.Month-> Extracts the month d.Year -> Extracts the year Similarly TimeOfDay,Ticks,Seconds,Minute,Millisecond,Hour,DayOfWeek,DayOfYear can also be extracted. If you found this solution helpful or have something extra to add, feel free to share it here by commenting below.