My Selenium IDE Plugins Updated for Firefox 10

I have uploaded new versions of all my Selenium IDE plugins on Firefox Addons website. They should now work with Firefox 10 and Selenium IDE v1.6.0. The updates should be sent to you automatically when Mozilla approves them. You can also set them now from the links below:-

Let me know if you notice anything unexpected.

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9 Responses to My Selenium IDE Plugins Updated for Firefox 10

  1. Alexei Diaz says:

    This is great! Thanks a lot, I find those plugins really useful.

  2. jim says:

    thanks for updating them!

  3. david says:

    Great tool! But I do have one criticism/request.

    This tools looks really great, but I would like to ask that you add support for UFT-8 classnames/symbol names. All of our test cases have Japanese characters in the names and with the current version when the conversion occurs the Japanese characters are all converted to underscores (“_”).

    The good news is that Java does allow for symbols that contain internationalized characters. Could you please add that support?

    Thanks for listening.
    Great tool and all.
    Hope to see a fix. ~_^

    • Samit Badle says:

      Hi David,

      Thank you for your kind words and suggestions. I appreciate them. I believe you are talking about my test suite batch converter plugin. I remember working on UTF8 support for it a long time ago. I will take another look at it to see if I can complete it soon. It is sure to get in one of these days.


  4. david says:

    Oh, one more thing. The Java source file name gets called something like “”, but the actual class ends up having no name at all, so the classes cannot even be compiled.

    So, again: great tool, but please remove filtering of UTF-8 characters as languages like Java can support symbols with those characters.

    Thanks again. ~_^

  5. david says:

    Just noticed another issue: When it converts the names of test cases and test suites it leaves the underscores where they are, BUT converts the classname to CamelCase. This makes the Java sources uncompilable. :-(

    But when referring to the .class files in the suite source, it uses the “_” named class files.

    Again, thanks for the tool, but this, too, looks like something that needs to be resolved.

    • Samit Badle says:

      Hi David,

      It converts the class name to camel case by design as the convention in Java required it. The underscore is left in the file name so that users can relate which was the original test case file. I will ponder over your suggestion and see if things need to change.

      Last year, I was working on another plugin that is specific for Java and does more cleanup and fixes for Java specific issues. Expect it sometime next month.

      Thanks for the feedback, I really appreciate it.


  6. MANET says:

    Thanks for update. Indeed a useful tool for testing. It saves me tone of hours in creating test data through HTML form

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