|| at Nov 20, 2012 at 11:06 am
i have successfully run an instance of the firefox chrome and ie9 drivers
at the same time and it worked as long as the window of one browser didnt
overlap with the windows of the others. also from what ive learned the ie
driver is very finicky.
you might be able to do it if you manually switch focus between the browser
in theory you could make a method that switches to the appropriate window
when it needs to do something to an element from that instance but
considering how unstable the ie river is it may not work or it may not work
on long tests.
On Thursday, November 15, 2012 11:12:42 AM UTC+2, Kevin wrote:
I use InternetExplorerDriver and java code to start more than one IE
browser, then code cannot find html element. When just open one IE browser,
every thing is ok. IE version: IE8, OS:XP
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