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I recorded scripts against IE, but I can\'t get it to playback against Netscape
I've created a few scripts using IE as my default browser. But now I want to play them back against Netscape (6.2.1 which IS supported). Although I've used the application enabler to diable IE and enable Netscape, the playback successfully launches Netscape but the scripts do not find the netscape objects. My guess is that the Html objects that I originally recorded have recognition properties that are looking for IE, not Netscape. I am right? If yes or no, what's the best way to make playback work against both IE and Netscape?
PS. Since I run playback from the command line, is there a way to programatically change the default browser that is launched?
Re: I recorded scripts against IE, but I can\'t get it to playback against Netscape
I got it to work after reading the RobotJ release Notes which told me about enabling the JRE used for applets by Netscape and disabling Netscape from my Quick Launch and also doing the following which was not stated in the release notes:
In the Java/Web Browser Enabler, I deleted the two detected browsers on my system (IE 5 and Netscape 6.21) and then hit Search which re-found them and Enabled them both, BUT DID NOT SET A DEFAULT BROWSER. Then I rebooted! Now RobotJ recognizes my HTML application in both IE and Netscape without reconfiguring anything.
Hope this works for you too,