This section lists updates delivered since the last major release.
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Support for Firefox 86 Stable and 87 Beta is now available on Windows and Mac machines.
for iOS 14.5 RC
Support for iOS 14.5 RC is now available, with the following Apple limitation: Connecting to an application's UIWebView crashes the application, even when accessed through the Safari developer menu. The limitations of iOS 13 versions still apply.
Added support for opening a device directly from the single test report by clicking the open device icon in the report header. This allows you to quickly reproduce functional failures with the same platform capabilities or configurations (such as device model, OS type and version, location, screen orientation, or background apps) as the original test.
If the device is in use by another user, you have too many devices open, the device fails to open, or your cloud requires a reservation to open a device, Perfecto displays relevant messages and links to assist you.
Perfecto Gradle plugin
Updated the Perfecto Gradle plugin to version 21.5.
Passcode limitation on Android devices
If an Android device that requires a passcode is rebooted, Perfecto removes the passcode on restart to be able to reconnect the device, but the device still displays the passcode screen, and entering the passcode subsequently fails. This is a known limitation that will be resolved in a future release.
To overcome this issue, perform one of the following workarounds:
- Before rebooting the device, disable the screen lock.
- After rebooting the device, press the device's power button repeatedly, until the lock is released.
Added support for Cypress 6.8.0 (instead of 6.7.1) and 7.0.0.
Support for Chrome 90 Stable
Google Chrome 90 Stable is now supported on Windows and Mac machines.
Support for Edge 90 Stable
Microsoft Edge 90 Stable is now supported on Windows 10 machines.
Support for iOS 14.5 Beta 8
Support for iOS 14.5 Beta 8 is now available, with the following Apple limitation: Connecting to an application's UIWebView crashes the application, even when accessed through the Safari developer menu. The limitations limitations of iOS 13 versions still apply.