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Last Updated: 29 Jan 2016 07:27 by ADMIN
ADMIN
Boyan Boev
Created on: 13 Mar 2013 15:34
Type: Feature Request
16
Be able to move elements out of a Silverlight IFrame in the Element explorer
We have all the recorded objects inside a silverlight iframe.

Now our applications have changed and we don't have Iframe anymore.  

But existing scripts are not working as it throws error that silverlight/contentframe is missing. 
7 comments
ADMIN
Konstantin Petkov
Posted on: 29 Jan 2016 07:27
Pretty much the same request, but still worth's voting on:
http://feedback.telerik.com/Project/161/Feedback/Details/128842-manually-movable-elements-between-pages-and-copy-paste-of-elements
Kalyan
Posted on: 19 Mar 2014 06:10
we definitely need this feature for saving tonns of time
Mark N.
Posted on: 17 Mar 2014 15:12
When we changed our base HTML structure to use iFrames, I had to re-record nearly all of my elements just so they would be children of a new iFrame.  It would have saved me a lot of time to be able to just move them into the iFrame.  (Being able to move them out as well would also help, or copying them from one parent page to another.)
Jag
Posted on: 17 Mar 2014 14:45
Without this feature we will have to spend substantial amount of time adjusting our tests.  Is there a plan to take this feature in near future?
Gunnar
Posted on: 29 Nov 2013 12:19
Have the same problem in HTML app - so copying elements should not work just with Silverlight Iframes and not just between iframes either but from a non iframed test to an iframed test and vice versa.
(The text files fdor tests look like serialized objects, so i guess this should be  relative easy to do)
David
Posted on: 07 Jun 2013 14:59
With HTML applications we have to sometimes resort to creating a new empty project, copy the test to the new project, update the frame information and copy it back.  This only works if the elements that were squished into the same frame were in different tests.
ADMIN
Velin Koychev
Posted on: 06 Jun 2013 10:57
We should also be able, without recording, to define a new frame and then drag or copy elements to it.