This section lists usability enhancements that have been made in Silk Test 19.5.
Silk Test Workbench now supports text recognition for WebDriver-based browsers.
To call Appium WebDriver methods that are not exposed through the API of your Silk Test client, Silk Test now enables dynamically invoking methods on mobile devices.
You can now store ActiveData files in the Silk Test Workbench database.
In Silk Test Workbench, you can now view which assets include an object map, so that you can update these assets when renaming or changing the object map.
While playing back a test in Silk Test Workbench, you can now pause the test execution at the current action by pressing Alt+F11.