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False-positive taps on UITableView when scrollEnabled is NO #126

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sethew opened this Issue · 2 comments

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@sethew

Given a UITableView with scrollEnabled == NO, scenarios that try to create more than stepToTapViewWithAccessibilityLabel will be unsuccessful after the first test step. The second stepToTapViewWithAccessibilityLabel will be recorded as a PASS in the logs, but the row will not have actually been 'tapped.'

I've uploaded a simple project that illustrates this test case: https://github.com/sethew/TestForKIF

It's unclear why setting scrollEnabled = NO should matter, but it may be due to how the touch events KIF creates are handled by UIKit.

@mymichellle

There seems to be some issues with UITableView setting tableview.scrollEnabled = NO. Setting tableview.bounce = NO instead worked for me.

@phatmann
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Closing all KIF 1 issues as it will no longer be maintained.

@phatmann phatmann closed this
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