Known Issues - Squish 6.2.0 Release¶
Known Issues and Workarounds
Squish for Java: The
expand() function sometimes fails to expand SWT tree items. A mouseClick() call can serve as a workaround.
Squish for Java: HTML elements embedded into JavaFX WebViews cannot be picked in Spy mode. Bugfix available upon request.
Squish for Java: A mouseClick() call on an SWT TreeItem may incorrectly scroll, causing a click outside the tree or a script error about a missing dimension. Bugfix available upon request (any new 6.2 snapshot contains the fix).
Squish for Web: SVG element causes
saveObjectSnapshot() error. Bugfix available upon request.
Squish for Web: As of recent Chrome versions (34.0.1847.116) the browser will show a “Disable developer mode extensions” dialog that hinders test execution. Inquire with support about workarounds.
Squish for Web: Support for Microsoft Edge did not make it into this release anymore. But preview snapshots are available upon request.
Squish for Mac: Creation of Visual Verification Points for dialogs sometimes fails. The resulting file will be empty.
Squishrunner: crash when specifying
xml3 report generator and squishserver is not reachable
Installation: On some Linux configurations, the installation program may show an error dialog saying “An unexpected error happened while executing: /tmp/licencekeytool location.". To workaround this issue, set the
TMPDIR environment variable to a writable location which permits executing programs, e.g. by running
All editions: Item look-ups with an empty item text
waitForObjectItem(container, text) fail. Bugfix available upon request.
The context menu entries of the Test Data editor are permanently disabled. Bugfix available upon request.
Squish for Qt: Some customers are observing a freeze of their application during startup. This is due to a bug in QtWebEngine that get triggered when Squish loads its QtWebEngine extension without the application using the library by itself. A workaround is available upon request. As of Squish 6.3 a safer plugin loading mechanism is used.
Release Date: December 6, 2016
Recommended Update: Squish 6.3 or later