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So okay, I'm a moron, it's being so long since I've had to start a new Silk project. I've totally forgotten how you successfully grab the basestate. Do you record it? Yes of course you do but which part? Just the url? If somebody could please post just the sample of the main declaration that would be great!
Re: Main Declaration
I'm assuming that you mean creating a new testing project, right?
- <LI> Create a new option set in SilkTest (Save New Options Set from the Options menu).
<LI> Launch the application you want to test. Make sure it's not minimized.
<LI> From the File menu in SilkTest, choose New.
<LI> From the New DialogBox, choose "Frame File" and click OK.
<LI> Choose your application, rename the name of the frame file, etc. and click OK.
If you need to do anything besides what DefaultBaseState does, you'll need to create a BaseState method inside of the window declaration for the wMainWindow object; DefaultBaseState automatically runs that at the end of doing its thing.
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