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Can you make custom GUISPECIFIER
Is it possible in silk to create your own GUISPECIFIER so that if you are doing Globalization testing you can have mswntG for german mswntF for French etc?
This might help tremendously as not in all application all the declarations change specifically the applications which are not localized. Only declarations for some specific dialogs will change in that case these custom GUISPECIFIERS will take care of it.
Has anybody came across such a situation?
Otherwise how is it done? Do you have to have seperate frame files(this will make it harder though as you have two files to maintain)?
Re: Can you make custom GUISPECIFIER
The most effective method I've found for dealing with localization is to take advantage of Silk's multitag ability. That way you can tag objects in each of the languages you are testing but always call it with the multitagged identifier. I call mywindow.myobject.click() and Silk walks the tags to see if it matches for "myobject"
This has worked beautifully.