Here's the Scenario:

Webmail app with dynamic amount of images loading due to random number of attachment icons.

Here's the goal: Mandatory usage of checkpoints to verify page loaded. Mandatory usage of checkpoints to verify that a particular sort finishes.

2 questions:

1. Using checkpoints, is there a way to verify specific images loaded and ignore the rest (such as attachment icons) without knowing the total amount of images on the page?

Using image filter, but the checkpoint fails because the amount of images was not the same as the expected (amount changes after every login).

2. In the Image Checkpoint Properties (during creation of a standard checkpoint on an image), is there a way to enable more properties such as height, width, etc?

Right now these are the only properties: alt, href, html tag, image type, innertext, name, src


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