Will HP be adding Chrome support to Sprinter any time soon?
Question ID: 106434

Firefox is nice, but would like to see Chrome supported with Sprinter.

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Asked on October 7, 2015 6:13 pm
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Sprinter 12.50, just released, does in fact offer some Chrome browser support. Listed supported versions of Chrome browser include version 31.x - 44.x.

Chrome specifics:
* Sprinter records on any open Chrome window, whether or not the window was opened by Sprinter.

* Java, Silverlight, and ActiveX inside a web page are not supported for Power Mode features in Chrome. Test using Internet Explorer.

* When recording user actions using a Chrome browser, the storyboard does not show a red rectangle around the target UI element. Use Internet Explorer or Firefox instead.

* Broken links and Web Standards scanners do not work when running tests with a Chrome browser. Use Internet Explorer or Firefox instead.

* Chrome is supported on Citrix only when it is defined as a desktop application and not a Web application. Specify Chrome as a desktop application by including the --allow-no-sandbox-job and --disable-gpu keys after the URL. If you are working with mirroring, all other web browsers must also be specified as desktop applications.

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Answered on October 7, 2015 6:15 pm
Excellent news
( at October 7, 2015 6:24 pm)

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