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Page: Error message "JavaVM Failed to load JVM", "JavaVM FATAL Failed to load the jvm library" (OS X)
Table of contents Symptom You get the following errors in the Runner/Server Log: JavaVM: Failed to load JVM: /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home/bundle/Lib raries/lib/myuser/squish4.xjavamacx8664/lib/libjvm.dylib JavaVM FATAL: Failed to load ...
Other labels: java, jvm
Page: Example - Automating native macOS file dialogs with nativeType()
Introduction Currently, Squish cannot hook into the native macOS file dialogs. Nonetheless, it is still possible to automate interaction with these dialogs using the nativeType() https://doc.froglogic.com/squish/latest/rgssquish.html#nativeTypefunction function. Example: def main(): # ... # the file dialog gets ...
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Page: How do I build my own Python version? (Mac)
Python, by default Squish links against the shared Python library. On Mac OS X it is possible to build Python either as a framework (which produces a shared Python library), or not as a framework (in which case, up to Python 2.5.1 you will always get ...
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Page: Java 1.6 On Mac - 32 bit vs 64 bit
Java 1.6 on Macintosh's Leopard is 64 bit only Apple says for 32 bit Java on Leopard Java 1.5 must be used (source: javadev/200908/msg01457.html on osdir.com). Because Squish for Java on Mac is only available as a 32 bit build ...
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Page: Squish issues after upgrading to Mac OS X Mavericks
After upgrading to Mac OS X Mavericks (10.9), scripts no longer execute Your Runner/Server log may contain a warning message similar to the following: Accessibility API is not enabled Some functions of Squish require the accessibility API. Please ...
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Page: Why does my Mac toolbar look different in Squish? (Qt)
Mac toolbars and dialogs may look different for AUTs executed by Squish Symptoms For Qt applications running on a Mac, it sometimes occurs that their toolbar appears in one place when run normally, and in a different place when run by Squish. A similar problem ...
Other labels: qt, file_chooser, toolbar, dialog, native