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    Reversing indexes

    SilkTest 5.5.3.1 [1047] is reversing the indexes and therefore making test cases fall over.

    The example contains the correct index order #26 and then #27:

    [-] splContextMenuItem A
    [ ] tag "#25"
    [-] splContextMenuItem B
    [ ] tag "#26"
    [-] splContextMenuItem C
    [ ] tag "#27"
    [-] splContextMenuItem D
    [ ] tag "#28"

    At another point of the tests, SilkTest records an index order #27 before #26!!!

    [-] splContextMenuItem A
    [ ] tag "#25"
    [-] splContextMenuItem B
    [ ] tag "#27"
    [-] splContextMenuItem C
    [ ] tag "#26"
    [-] splContextMenuItem D
    [ ] tag "#28"



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    Re: Reversing indexes

    This is possible that the MenuItem B and C are dynamically placed on Html page instead of fixed location.

    For example, if you play around with Browser window size, you will see Html page is trying to adjust/fit the MenuItem B and C accordingly.

    So, always start with fix Browser size like Maximize window while you get window declaration and maximize the Browser before you run your testcase.


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    Re: Reversing indexes

    Thanks a lot, mhwee.
    Yeah, actually that's the case. Items/objects are placed dynamically onto the pages.
    It's also the case that the browser was maximized while recording and is maximized while executing the test cases, yet this behavior of reversing indexes.


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    Re: Reversing indexes

    Hey Robert,

    R u using the same version of silk against the same version of the browser? Or are things more than what they seem?

    Could be a bug with Silk if the version of silk is the same, but the DOM's are different.

    More info is probably needed. I wouldn't bother sending anything to segue, their support is getting worse!
    Let go Luke!

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    Re: Reversing indexes

    Dear Shane,
    U r right (as always). I owe u more details.
    Yes, the recording was done w/ Silk 5.5.3.1 [1047] & Internet Explorer 5.5, but the problem arises only when run with Internet Explorer 6.0.


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