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New Selenium IDE – Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete and Clear All Commands options

New Selenium IDE – Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete and Clear All Commands options

As part of exploring the other Selenium IDE features in-depth, I will explain the below different options in Selenium IDE:

  1. cut
  2. copy
  3. paste
  4. delete
  5. clear all commands

Let’s get started with a practical demonstration.

New Selenium IDE – Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete and Clear All Commands

Follow the below steps for exploring the Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete and Clear All Selenium IDE’s options:

1) Launch the Selenium IDE having any Test Recorded init as shown below:

New Selenium IDE Saving Tests - recorded Test

2) Right-click on any step say Step 5 and select the ‘Copy’ option as shown below:

Copy Selenium IDE - copy option

3) Now select any step say Step 3 in Selenium IDE, right-click and select ‘Paste’ option as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - paste option

4) Observe that Step 5 copied above got pasted in Step 3 as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - copy pasted option

5) Right-click on Step 3 and select ‘Cut’ option as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - cut option

6) Now select any step say Step 1 in Selenium IDE, right-click and select ‘Paste’ option as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - cut paste option

7) Observe that Step 3 is removed and pasted in Step 1 as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - cut pasted option

8) Now select any step say Step 1 in Selenium IDE, right-click and select ‘Delete’ option as shown below:

Copy Selenium IDE - delete option

9) Observe that the above-selected step got deleted as shown below:

Copy Selenium IDE - deleted option

10) Now select any step say Step 2 in Selenium IDE, right-click and select ‘Clear All Commands’ option as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - clear all commands option

11) A confirmation dialog ‘Clear all test commands’ will be displayed and click on ‘Clear All Commands’ button as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - clear all commands confirm

12) Observe that all the steps in the Selenium IDE got deleted as shown below:

Copy Selenium IDE - all deleted

Here concludes the practical demonstration of all the Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete and Clear All Commands Options in Selenium IDE.

In the next article, I will practically demonstrate another Selenium IDE feature to be explored (Refer other features to be explored here)

Next Steps:

  • > Check complete Selenium Tutorial Contents here (Click here)

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Happy Learning 🙂

About Me > Arun Motoori

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