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Is it possible to set the minimum thinktime recorded in a script to a value less than 0.5 seconds or greater than 100 seconds?

Is it possible to set the minimum thinktime recorded in a script to a value less than 0.5 seconds or greater than 100 seconds?

In SilkPerformer the minimum thinktime that can be recorded by default is 0.5 seconds and the maximum is 100 seconds. You can specify the value within this range by choosing:

SETTINGS | ACTIVE PROFILE | SCRIPT | RECORD

If there is a particular requirement that this be decreased to less than 0.5 or increased to a value greater than 100 seconds you can specify the value by editing the project's .ltp file with a text editor. To do this:

 

  1. Close the currently opened project
  2. Open Windows Explorer and search for the project folder
  3. Locate the .ltp file and open it with a text editor, such a Notepad
  4. Search the .ltp file for the tag
  5. Change the value shown in the tag
  6. Save the changed .ltp file
  7. Open the project in SilkPerformer again and record your application

 

Example:
To set MinThinkTime to 0.2 seconds use:

200.0

Note the internal value is stored as milliseconds.

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