So far looking good. The takeScreenshotAsCheckpoint command works well - no false positives so far (not sure if you have built-in tolerances or whether our app is pixel perfect each time?).
I didn’t try takeAreaScreenshotAsCheckpoint (not sure if I understand the rectangle aspect), and takeElementScreenshotAsCheckpoint didn’t work for me - the image it captured did not resemble the element I’d identified (I tried three separate objects).
I also couldn’t see how to exclude regions? Unless you mean by being able to capture an element or area that they are in effect excluding other areas?
Please can I make a couple of feature requests and report a possible small bug…
Possible bug: in the TestOps Visual Testing dashboard, within an execution, the ‘Save to Baseline’ button is not immediately enabled after accepting a new or changed image…as a workaround, refreshing the page enables this button.
New Feature Request #1: Would it be possible to take ‘full page’ screenshots (i.e. the full height, where a vertically-scrollable page is displayed) please?
New Feature Request #2: For excluding regions, would it be possible to take a screenshot of the whole app (either full-height, or as it is now), and be able to exclude specified element(s)? For example, in the following image (just a random example), the pink area might be some sort of container element for dynamic content that could change with every login? (obviously you may have covered such a scenario already?)
Thanks for your support