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[stable14] Bring the browser window of an actor to the foreground when acting as him #12120


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@danxuliu danxuliu commented Oct 29, 2018

Backport of #12063

Each time a new actor appears in a scenario the browser window of the
new actor is put in front of the browser windows of the previous actors.
Before, when acting again as a previous actor his browser window stayed
in the background; in most cases everything worked fine even if the
window was in the background, but due to a bug in the Firefox driver of
Selenium and/or maybe in Firefox itself when the window was in the
background it was not possible to set the value of an input field that
had a range selected.

Now, when acting again as a previous actor his browser window is brought
to the foreground. This prevents the bug from manifesting, but also
reflects better how a user would interact with the browser in real life.

Signed-off-by: Daniel Calviño Sánchez <>
@danxuliu danxuliu added this to the Nextcloud 14.0.4 milestone Oct 29, 2018
@danxuliu danxuliu requested review from rullzer and MorrisJobke Oct 29, 2018
@rullzer rullzer merged commit 8971f7d into stable14 Oct 29, 2018
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