When the first character is “/”, sendKeys adds a space.
Testing a profanity filter example:
- Command: sendKeysAndWait
- input Value:“/gurden|gurdener/”
The value was actually stored as " /gurden|gurdener/". Without that additional space, the profanity filter would mark test data like this:
Those cats are chasing our best
With the space, the filter cannot intercept either word. (fyi: That phrase works as expected in the new Selenium-IDE.)
Any chance there’s a workaround?
OS: Windows 10
Browser: Google Chrome
Katalon Recorder 3.7.0