Hexawise Recent Updates Feed

April 2, 2018

Fixed

Editing project name of current plan’s project

Editing the name of the project that owns that plan you’re in from the Edit Project dialog would make the share link on the plan’s page stale.

 

March 29, 2018

Improved

Parameter name change warning in bulk edit

The warning about parameters used in auto-scripts being changed in a bulk edit is now more specific and more helpful.

 

March 28, 2018

Improved

Hexawise Capture on internal URLs w/o a TLD

Thanks to Caleb for reporting the limitation.

 

March 26, 2018

Improved

More consistency in requirements expected outcomes and auto-scripts expected results throughout the Excel export

Thanks to Mary-Anne for reporting the issue.

 

March 19, 2018

Fixed

Editing value expansions from the mind map view

 
 

Fixed

Bad revision dialog state after revert is complete

 
 

New

Sticky highlighting of test cases when clicking on them in the test cases view

 
 

Fixed

Value expansion preservation across multiple parameters that have the same value, after a bulk edit

Thanks to Keith for reporting the issue.

 

March 15, 2018

New

Select between staying with the original plan or using the new copy when copying a plan

 
 

March 9, 2018

Fixed

Changes to Hexawise Automate test script didn’t update test plan modified date

 
 

March 8, 2018

New

Search for projects by name

The search field in the “Your Plans” dialog now searches for matching plan names and project names.

 

Improved

Auto-completion of Gherkin script syntax in Hexawise Automate

 
 

March 7, 2018

Fixed

Using “Relax” feature in auto-scripts before saving the first step

Previously this did not work, but now it saves the first step then proceeds with the “Relax” auto-script generation feature.

 

Fixed

Auto-scripts expected results regression

 
 

March 5, 2018

Fixed

Duplicate value pair can be created in some scenarios

 
 

Fixed

Test case sorting and required paramater values

Fixed a pairwise defect where test cases sorting by a parameter where some of the test cases had a value forced by a requirement was impacted by the UI styling that was done on the forced parameter value effecting the sort order.

 

March 1, 2018

Fixed

Incorrect share info after initial project creation

Immediately after creating a new project, the UI would report the project was shared with 1 person, even if it wasn’t.

 

New

Override browser’s language with a user profile setting

 
 

February 27, 2018

Fixed

Numerous requirements ordering issues

 
 

February 21, 2018

Fixed

Some UI glitch regressions in the test case count and pairwise explanation tooltips and dialog

 
 

New

All new requirements UI

The UI for forcing specific interactions to appear in test plans has been completely revamped to be easier to use. The main goal of this rework was to eliminate all of the horizontal scrolling that had to happen on larger plans with more parameters. The new UI is a single page wide, no matter how many parameters you have. While working on this main goal, we made numerous other improvements:

  • drag and drop re-ordering of parameters
  • Google sheets / Excel-like data grid for ease of editing, full keyboard only support
  • refined terminology that is more clear, “forced interactions” and “expected outcome”
  • auto-saving (type ESC to cancel your changes)
 

February 20, 2018

Improved

Achievement counts are now displayed for 4th and 8th plan achievements

 
 

Improved

Export file naming

Now uses underscores for special characters that are dropped from the filename rather than simply removing them.

 

February 19, 2018

Improved

Auto-scripts test preview selection

You can now sort the parameters in the test case preview selection table for auto-scripts. The header is fixed as well as you scroll the test rows.

 

February 15, 2018

Improved

Performance

We made some very significant performance improvements across the entire application. You’ll mainly notice these improvements when opening various dialogs, especially in user accounts that have a significant amount of test plans and projects.