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Jim asked on 07 Jun 2012, 07:06 AM

I'd like to make some suggestions to make the image verification feature better - this is for a WPF test but is likely applicable to webpages.

When the image verification fails, it would be helpful to get better feedback. All I see is that it failed and by what percentage.
I need to know where it failed - what position on the image did it fail at? At least give me an x, y coordinate of the general area of the failure.
I've been getting a lot of failures even for simple tests - and I don't know why. I don't think I should have to adjust the tolerance from the default for these simple tests.

Secondly, when I set up a new image verification, I understand I can either compare the whole image or a sub-selection of the image.
What I want to do is do a whole image verification, but I want to mark off regions that I don't care about. For instance, my image may have a clock in the corner - and something actively moving in another area - in that case I would want to exclude both those regions.

Lastly, I'd like to be able to have the option to have the test runner save an image some place when it's verification fails so I can look at it.

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Stoich
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answered on 12 Jun 2012, 12:28 PM
Hi Jim,
I've went ahead and logged a Feature Request on your behalf (and using your wording as you can see):
You can track its progress here:
http://www.telerik.com/support/pits.aspx#/public/test-studio/11431
You (as well as other users) can vote for this Feature Request. Votes will influence the priority with which we treat this item when considering what to implement in upcoming releases.

@Lastly, I'd like to be able to have the option to have the test runner save an image some place when it's verification fails so I can look at it. - you have that now. Take a look at the following video:
http://screencast.com/t/aza8Pf6hrI

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