ok, the button thing was a red-herring (it is noted in the capybara
logs about href='#').
the other issue is pretty consistent...but if I took out fakeweb
so FYI to those in this thread; try not using fakeweb at all and see
On Jul 4, 11:14 pm, Adam Greene <adam.gre...@gmail.com> wrote:
> ah, I'm running into the same thing, with :firefox and :chromium
> causing the same not found behavior.
> I'm finding that if I have a few page.should... checks, then it can't
> this is all a bit odd and I'm not sure where to start to try and track
> On Jul 3, 12:43 am, Matt Wynne <m...@mattwynne.net> wrote:
> > On 2 Jul 2010, at 16:04, al wrote:
> > > I'm having a similar problem.
> > Must be a timing issue then. Which browser?
> > >>> I am encountering some inconsistent behaviour withselenium
> > >>> When I run the following tests:
> > >>> ...
> > >>> I get different pass and fails each time. Mainly when Capybara fails
> > >>> A selection of errors that I get:
> > >>> cannot fill in, no text field, text area or password field with id,
> > >>> no button with value or id or text 'Save Account' found
> > >>> no link with title, id or text 'Edit Account' found
> > >>> I tried scoping it using within but that fails too.
> > >>> I know its working fine because the correct pages appear in the
> > >>> Can anyone help me out???
> > >> My first line of attack for problems like this is to through in a
> > >> Then show me the page
> > >> --
> > >> Blog:http://talklikeaduck.denhaven2.com/
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