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muttu
Occasional Contributor

Mozilla browser support

Mozill firefox browser is not getting recognized though the required plug-ins(Firefox Support, Web Testing)  are available & enabled in the test complete "extension" dialog.
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AlexanderM
Staff

RE: Mozilla browser support


Hi,





Which version of Firefox you are using? Currently, TestComplete does not support Firefox 3.6.





If this is not the case, please record a simple FF test and post it here. Also, please provide us with a screenshot of the Object Browser panel demonstrating the behavior.
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Alexander
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muttu
Occasional Contributor

RE: Mozilla browser support

Thanks for the info on mozilla firefox3.6. Which version of the mozilla firefox is supported by testcomplete?

We have also requirement of browser compatibility testing of web application  using Test Complete.

Please let me know if  Test Complete supports the below mentioned browsers .If exist for what versions of these browsers are supported.

1.Google Chrome

2.Apple Safari

3.Netscape






AlexKaras
Community Hero

RE: Mozilla browser support

Hi mruttunjay,



From the "Web Testing" (Supported browsers for web testing) TestComplete's help topic:

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The plug-ins support the following browsers:


  • Microsoft Internet Explorer ver. 5 - 8.




  • Mozilla Firefox ver. 1.5.0.1 - 3.5.




  • Any web browser based on the Microsoft WebBrowser control.




  • Also, limited support is provided for Netscape Navigator ver. 8.1.2 (access to web page elements is available only if Navigator uses the Internet Explorer rendering engine. See Testing Web Pages Shown in Netscape Navigator). Currently, Netscape Navigator 9 is not officially supported.




The plug-ins provide access to elements of web pages and the elements’ properties. That is, you can access every P, DIV, IMG, INPUT and many other tags. As for web pages displayed in other browsers (for instance, in Opera or in Netscape Navigator using the Firefox rendering engine), you can test them in black-box mode. In other words, you can simulate keystrokes or mouse clicks by coordinates, but you are unable to address their individual elements.

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AlexanderM
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RE: Mozilla browser support


Hi,





As for Google Chrome and Apple Safari, these browsers are not supported. We have suggestions to implement this functionality, and your request has increased their rating.





BTW, support for Firefox 3.6 will be included in the next major version of the product - TestComplete 8. It will be released in a month or so.
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Alexander
Customer Care Manager
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