New Version: Cycle 2.4
July 22, 2019
Our latest release, 2.4.0 is now available for all existing Cycle users. See what's new below, and download from the User Portal today!
What's New in 2.4.0
- Native App Interaction Steps. With the introduction of our new Native App Steps, Cycle users can test native (Windows) applications directly without needing to use image-based Steps. This provides a drastically more effective method for targeting objects in desktop applications.
- Terminal Enhancements. Cycle’s terminals now support a wider array of key mappings and F-key configurations.
- UI Improvements. A number of UI improvements were made, including collapsible panes for both the Project Directory as well as the Inspector Panel.
- Miscellaneous Bug Fixes and Improvements. As always, we included a number of fixes and improvements, including but not limited to: smoother interaction with the output panel, more intuitive find/replace functions, and details popups that are easier to manipulate.
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