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.NET SCRIPT: how to see screen capture when clicking the verification step

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Seing the "PASSED" tab of a :NET SCRIPT test results, I can see that the steps don't have screen previews.

Also in the tab "Details" tab I can see a screen preview one step before every verification step

Can I change this behaviour and see the screen previews when clicking the verification steps?

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RE: .NET SCRIPT: how to see screen capture when clicking the verification step

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Hi Adrian,

It is not currently possible to force SilkTest Workbench to display Screen Previews in the Results of Verification steps. This is by design and would require an enhancement to change this behavior. If you are interested in seeing this option implemented; I would suggest that you raise a support case, and we can raise your idea with development.

Best regards...

JohnM.

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RE: .NET SCRIPT: how to see screen capture when clicking the verification step

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Hi Adrian,

It is not currently possible to force SilkTest Workbench to display Screen Previews in the Results of Verification steps. This is by design and would require an enhancement to change this behavior. If you are interested in seeing this option implemented; I would suggest that you raise a support case, and we can raise your idea with development.

Best regards...

JohnM.

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