What is Browser Calibration

A specific set of settings is required to enable each of the supported browsers for test recording and execution with Test Studio and this is called Browser Calibration. Some of the browsers also require the installation of an extension.

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To ease you in applying these settings, Test Studio provides a built-in mechanism to apply all necessary settings and calibrate the supported browsers. Follow the links below to find out details about each browser and a direct link to install the extension from browser store:

Accept Extension Permission for Version 2020.2.728

The latest 2020 R2 Test Studio release (v.2020.2.804) introduces the web responsive testing feature. With this release, Test Studio published a corresponding version of the extensions for Chrome, Edge Chromium and Firefox. The latest version of the extension (v.2020.2.728.1) requires additional permissions; therefore, it gets disabled after the update.

To re-enable it, you need to manually accept the permissions request for each browser and machine. When you open the browser, there is a warning sign on the Settings menu.

Settings menu disabled extension

Open the Settings menu and click on the message that the Test Studio extension is disabled.

Extension is disabled message

Click the notification message and a Popup appears to confirm if you accept the requested permissions and re-enable the Test Studio extension.

Accept permissions

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