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Checkout the latest Squish Tip of the Week on our blog: Breakpoints View


Usually, breakpoints are good for debugging or extending an existing test case with further actions. However, what if you want to run several test cases or a test suite with breakpoints or want to disable certain breakpoints in specific test cases?

Sure, you could do this by opening every single test case and selecting or deselecting breakpoints. But wait, there is a more convenient way of doing this and to see, skip or remove breakpoints in bulk.

Read more at Squish tip of the week: Breakpoints View | froglogic blog


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