After internal testing and vetting, mabl has made Google Chrome 72 generally availability today for all plan executions.
When you make an assertion on an element, mabl now supports cropping the captured screenshot to the element instead of full screen. This is useful if you just want to make it easier to see which element mabl interacted asserted on in detaill, or if you'd like to do visual comparisons on the asserted element, even if it moves around the screen.
You can now start training new tests immediately from your mabl chrome extension!
Creating tests with our trainer is about to get a whole lot easier. Now when saving a test from the trainer, you'll no longer be directed back to the app, but have the ability to continue editing.
With the latest version of the mabl Trainer (2.2.45) you can create new variables or create new assertions against the custom attributes of an element as well as any other attribute on an element that was previously unsupported.
The latest version of the mabl Trainer (2.2.43) now allows you to select more element attributes other than the default
innerText when creating variables or when configuring assertions against custom finds.
mabl now displays step numbers for the flows in the test details page. These step numbers are consistent with the step numbers displayed in the trainer.
When viewing journey run output, assertions steps now have screenshots that can be viewed, and visual changes will also be marked for these steps
A large view mabl Trainer is now available when opened inside Chrome Devtools during training. Be sure you have the latest version of the trainer (2.2.25), open DevTools (F12) and navigate to the "mabl Trainer" tab to find it during an active training session. Here you'll find a roomier view of the trainer allowing you to see, edit, and drag/drop steps easier than before. Be on the lookout for more improvements in the future as we work to expand on the mabl Trainer UI.
mabl now displays where reusable flows start and end in the journey run output logs. The step summaries are also prepended with step numbers that are consistent with the trainer.