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Automatic numbering of LoadTest folders in Silk Performer 15.5 worked differently than Silk Performer 16.0 and 16.5

Automatic numbering of LoadTest folders in Silk Performer 15.5 worked differently than Silk Performer 16.0 and 16.5

In Silk Performer 15.5 it was possible to increment the folder numbers from any number required. For example, uncheck the ‘Automatically generate unique sub folder’ option and enter the folder name complete with the number required to increment from:


After rechecking the ‘Automatically generate unique subfolder’ option the folder name remains the same:


When running tests, the number will automatically increase from the number specified in the dialog.


In Silk Performer 16.0 and 16.5 this behaviour is different. In Silk Performer 16.0 and 16.5 uncheck ‘Automatically generate unique subfolder’ and enter the same folder name:

Now, when the ‘Automatically generate unique subfolder’ option is rechecked it resets the value back to the next number based on the previous test:


This behaviour will be modified in Silk Performer 17.0 to allow any starting number in the dialog, the same as Silk Performer 15.5.

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