Using Google toolbar interferes with recording Web applications
Using the Google toolbar with
Internet Explorer 8 interferes with recording locators for Web applications.
Turn off the Google toolbar before you record Web applications.
Microsoft Silverlight Applications
Microsoft Silverlight applications cause
Internet Explorer to hang when interacting with
Silk Test. On 32-bit platforms, refer to MS KB 2564958 (an update to Active Accessibility) to help prevent the issue.
Locators recorded with
Silk Test versions prior to
Silk Test 13.5 might no longer work in
Silk Test 13.5, we have adapted the normalization of white spaces of the
textContents attribute in
Internet Explorer. This change was made to improve the cross-browser capabilities of
Silk Test, and might affect locators which rely on the
textContents attribute, and which are used in scripts that were recorded with releases prior to
Silk Test 13.5.
The Open Agent cannot have high elevation enabled when UAC is enabled on
Microsoft Windows 8 or later and
Internet Explorer 11
You cannot test a Web application in
Internet Explorer 11 on
Microsoft Windows 8 or later and have UAC enabled and run both
Internet Explorer and the Open Agent with high elevation.
Known issues with Input Method Editors (IMEs)
- Silk Test does not record half-width spaces for Japanese input in
Internet Explorer 11.
- Silk Test does not record IME input in
Internet Explorer 11 in compatibility mode.
- In Japanese IME mode, pressing
Space will cause
Silk Test to record the current IME candidate. Use
Convert to avoid this issue.
Internet Explorer might stop working while testing an Applet with a Java version higher that 1.7 update 71
Internet Explorer might stop working while testing an Applet with a Java version higher that 1.7 update 71 (7u71).
Internet Explorer does not respond during test execution
Internet Explorer 10 or later might become unresponsive during test execution because a thread in
Internet Explorer is suspended and creates a deadlock. The root cause of this problem is a new security feature in
To solve this issue, disable the security feature.
- Open the
- If the
OverrideMemoryProtectionSetting entry does not exist in the key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main, create the entry.
- Set the value of the registry key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main::OverrideMemoryProtectionSetting to 2.
class do not work when testing an embedded
- acceptAlert method
- dismissAlert method
- getAlertText method
- isAlertPresent method