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I think what klee is trying to say is that he wants to capture/compare bitmaps without a difference causing a failure in the test results. I don't know any convenient way of doing this. One inconvenient way would be to capture the bitmaps with
Then paste into mspaint and save. The bitmap files could then be compared using the dos command fc while piping the results to a text file. Example:
I checked testing condition using bitmap check. If condition not OK (bitmap check failed) I set the condition for my testing. But bitmap check always to make my whole testing failed (actually bitmap is not what I am testing). Any way/setting to turn down this feature? Thanks.
What do you mean turn down? Turn off?? If so, just remove the code! But, if it always fails, that could mean several things:
1) A defect in the application under test
2) The display settings have changed from the original setting when the bitmap check was implemented.
3) The area within the bitmap contains some dynamic data (text, graphics, etc) and should probably not be a bitmap check.
4) The area in the bitmap is fine but is sometimes off by a few pixels in which case, there are sensitivity settings to overcome that.