The following settings may be configured via jameleon.conf.
|Property Name:||Description||Default Value|
|jiffie-plugin.visible||To watch your script execute in Internet Explorer while the tests are running, set this to "true"||false|
|jiffie-plugin.clickYesOnSecurityAlert||To click the yes button on the security alert when IE first opens to the URL provided as baseUrl.||false|
|jiffie-plugin.checkForNonStandardAttr||Sometimes people end up using non-standard HTML attributes like <a unsupported='true'/> where unsupported is not an HTML standard attribute for the a element. Set this to true to add support for unsupported attributes. This will significantly slow test execution down.||false|
|jiffie-plugin.clickNoOnSecurityAlert||To click the no button on the security alert when IE first opens to the URL provided as baseUrl.||false|
While it is nice to watch Internet Explorer work while a script is running, it can still be
difficult to see exactly what is going on. For example, a link might be clicked, but it may
not be clear which link was clicked. If jiffie-plugin.highlightActiveElement is set to true,
all HTML elements being operated upon will be highlighted. For example, when clicking on a link,
the link will first be highlighted, then clicked on.
To facilitate this feature, we use CSS. Therefore, if the element is already using CSS, the highlighting may not work for that element.
|jiffie-plugin.highlightedElementCss||This is the CSS to use on each elemement that doesn't support interactivity. This setting is only valid if jiffie-plugin.highlightActiveElement is set to true.||border : 5px solid #FF00FF;|
|jiffie-plugin.highlightedFormFieldCss||This is the CSS to use on each form field. This setting is only valid if jiffie-plugin.highlightActiveElement is set to true.||background : #00FF33;|
|jiffie-plugin.enableJacobAutoGc||It has been reported that turning on jacob.autogc can cause VM crashes. If you are experiencing this problem, try setting this to false||true|