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Selenium::Waiter - Provides a utility wait_until function
Exported by default, it takes a BLOCK (required) and optionally a hash of configuration params. It uses a prototype to take its arguments, so usage looks look like:
The above snippet will search for
css=div for thirty seconds; if it ever finds the element, it will immediately return. More generally, Once the BLOCK returns anything truthy, the
wait_until will stop evaluating and the return of the BLOCK will be returned to you. If the BLOCK never returns a truthy value, we'll wait until the elapsed time has increased past the timeout and then return an empty string
Achtung! Please make sure that the BLOCK you pass in can be executed in a timely fashion. For Webdriver, that means that you should set the appropriate
implicit_wait timeout low (a second or less!) so that we can rerun the assert sub repeatedly. We don't do anything fancy behind the scenes: we just execute the BLOCK you pass in and sleep between iterations. If your BLOCK actively blocks for thirty seconds, like a
find_element would do with an
implicit_wait of 30 seconds, we won't be able to help you at all - that blocking behavior is on the webdriver server side, and is out of our control. We'd run one iteration, get blocked for thirty seconds, and return control to you at that point.
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PLEASE check the return value before proceeding, as we unwisely suppress any attempts your BLOCK may make to die or croak. The BLOCK you pass is called in a 'try' in Try::Tiny, and if any of the invocations of your function throw and the BLOCK never becomes true, we'll carp exactly once at the end immediately before returning false. We overwrite the death message from each iteration, so at the end, you'll only see the most recent death message.
The output of
dies from each iteration can be exposed if you wish to see the massacre:
If you want to die anyways, just pass die => 1 to wait_until instead:
Timeouts and Intervals
You can also customize the timeout, and/or the retry interval between iterations.
Please see those modules/websites for more information related to this module.
Please report any bugs or feature requests on the bugtracker website https://github.com/teodesian/Selenium-Remote-Driver/issues
When submitting a bug or request, please include a test-file or a patch to an existing test-file that illustrates the bug or desired feature.
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To install Selenium::Waiter, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
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For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.
The Kimosetter 410 is a desktop CTP solution which enables to image GTO offset plates. The plates with a size up to 410 x 510mm, imaged with a thermaltransfer system are toner and chemical free. Easily exchangeable ink ribbons are used and ensure simple operation. Kimoto's CTP system is supplied in abundle with a PostScript 3 RIP for PC or Macintosh. The Kimosetter 410 is the ideal choice for small offset printers and copy shops. It is most suitable for text, high density solids and clean halftones.
Kimoplate e2 is an environmentally friendly and chemistry free polyester plate. Neither etching nor post fusing are required. Due to the stability of this 0.140mm thick polyester plate, accurate image size and good registration can be achieved. The Kimoplate e2 is compatible with most fountain solutions as well as most common printing inks.
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The Kimosetter line has been discontinued on the 1st of April 2015, so new printers are no longer available. Consumables and technical service are available until further notice.