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1. under XP the start menu is recognised as a dialogbox
[ ] Taskbar.SetActive ()[ ] Taskbar.Start.Click ()[ ] DialogBox3.SetActive ()2. under Win7 the start menu is now recognised as Start
[ ] Taskbar.Start.SetActive ()[ ] Taskbar.Start.Click ()[ ] StartMenu.SetActive ()
The best way to resolve this problem is to add a check structure to the testcase using a GUIType call. The GUIType specifier for Windows 7 (and Windows 2008) is not implemented in SilkTest 2009 R2, so you will need to NOT all other test systems to catch Win7. For example, the layout would be as follows:
[-] if (GetGUIType () != WinXP and GetGUIType () != Win2003) //and any other O/S under test [ ] do the Win7 stuff here[-] else [ ] do WinXP and Win2003 stuff here[ ] continue with the common code hereThe correct GUIType specifiers will be added in SilkTest 2010.