enable HTTP-Auth in browser profile
for Firefox: network.http.phishy-userpass-length=255, see http://freshfoo.com/blog/HTTP_Auth_and_Selenium
#1 Updated by Thomas Lotze almost 11 years ago
Interestingly, the problem this is supposed to solve doesn't actually occur for me.
We noticed some trouble with the log-in when testing the webmailer, however what happened there isn't that FF warns about a phishy-looking URL but that it doesn't accept the credentials when trying to traverse certain objects. We could open the ZMI using the same URL syntax and selenium.
#2 Updated by Wolfgang Schnerring almost 10 years ago
- Status changed from New to Rejected
I haven't seen this problem happen anymore for at least a year, I guess FF >3.x doesn't react this way anymore?
And if the workaround is to set an about:config property, that needs to be done outside of gocept.selenium anyway.