fFor test development i add tests for e.g. login and calling of the needed mask...then i deactivating these for further changes on this test.
This saves much time when i have to edit one of the tests - i set only two or three checkboxes and say "run to here" to continue editing or doing the change i need.
Now i testes a whole mask by adding the standard tests for login, logout and so on.
Test for adding fails, because this test hiere is calling all the deactivated steps. But for what reason we have checkboxes for active-state of the test steps when these are overriden by test list execution? This makes no sense for me.
As you can see in the screenshots step 6 is deactivated - but executed by test list.
I have several tests where i deactivated bigger IF-brunches for future testing. These will be executed by test list too, when i undestand this execution result.