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A new method (and property) for clicking on the element via JavaScript #174

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ddemin commented Apr 7, 2015

In some case clicking on the element in IE may be unstable. I found a lot of discussions about this situation with testing in IE in global network.

  1. This new feature provide new method of clicking on the element - via JavaScript. At now we can use standart .click() or .clickViaJs() (for our purposes).
  2. If we want to migrate all .click() in our code - we can just use "selenide.click-via-js=true" property (default is false) for some projects with testing in IE.
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asolntsev added a commit that referenced this pull request Apr 8, 2015

Merge pull request #174 from dimand58/master
A new method (and property) for clicking on the element via JavaScript

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@dimand58 Thank you!
I guess old method $.followLink() was created a long time ago for the same reason...
I have merged your pull request. You can now manage $.click() implementation using selenide.click-via-js=true property.

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asolntsev commented Apr 8, 2015

@dimand58 Thank you!
I guess old method $.followLink() was created a long time ago for the same reason...
I have merged your pull request. You can now manage $.click() implementation using selenide.click-via-js=true property.

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Glad to help!

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Glad to help!

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