With the release of iMacros 11.5, you can now convert your macro code to Java Selenium WebDriver code directly from the iMacros Editor. Web testers should be happy to know that they can use any flavor of iMacros (for Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer) to record elements on a webpage and then easily export the commands to Java Selenium code using this new feature of the iMacros Editor, which is included with the Standard and Enterprise editions.
Additionally, a number of long-time requested enhancements have been included in this release along with the normal spate of bug fixes and improvements “under the hood.” Here are some of the highlights:
- The ability to change the iMacros Browser and IE sidebar window title on-the-fly via a command-line switch (-title), macro variable (!WINDOW_TITLE), or the scripting interface (iimSetWindowTitle).
- iMacros Browser IE emulation mode is now displayed and can be changed directly in the status bar.
- Added the long-lost relatives of the !FOLDER_XXX variables: now !FOLDER_DOWNLOAD, !FOLDER_MACROS, and !FOLDER_LOG can be referenced in your macros.
- The scripting interface now provides full support for 64-bit Firefox.
- The iMacros Browser can once again handle file download dialogs even when it is not the active application (does not have focus).
For the full list of changes in this release, please visit the Version History page.