Posts taggés avec ‘macOS’

  • Iterating over Tables in a native Mac (Cocoa) GUI Test

    By on mars 6, 2018

    Neha wrote a blog article about Iterating over Tables in a Qt GUI Test a couple of weeks ago. I want to do the same in this blog article with the Squish for Mac and a Cocoa application. The application uses the NSTableView class for displaying tables. Motivation As Neha pointed out, there...

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  • How to automate GUI tests for macOS ‘.dmg’ installer images

    By on février 6, 2018

    If you have used Squish before, you probably already test your application thoroughly. However for a new user, there are a few steps to take until they even run the application in the first place: they need to install it. That procedure is part of the first impression you...

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  • Automating alternate menus with Squish for Mac

    By on septembre 19, 2017

    The menus on macOS allow for a menu item to have an alternate version: if you press the « Option » key with an open menu, you see the alternate versions and can select them. For example the Squish addressbook example app has a menu item « Bring All to Front » in...

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