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From Mark Juliana <mjuli...@netflix.com>
Subject RE: Test Management?
Date Wed, 05 Nov 2003 22:17:04 GMT
Hi-

I just tried it under OS X 10.3 and was able to copy text from TextEdit into
jmeter.

-mj

-----Original Message-----
From: ryo_sode@filemaker.com [mailto:ryo_sode@filemaker.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 2:07 PM
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: Test Management?



Hi,

> Pasting text does work, but you have to make sure that the input area is
> ready (i.e. correctly selected) to accept the text. This is not always
> obvious (to me anyway!).

Hmph, I'm pretty sure this is not working on OS X between other non-Java
apps and JMeter. 

For example, I would Copy a string from BBEdit and then go into Jmeter and
make sure my cursor is active, then either do Ctrl+v or choose Paste menu
item. Nothing happens.

On the other hand, if I copy and paste some string within JMeter, this seems
to work fine.

Ryo


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Ryo Sode
SQA Lead Engineer
Internet Division
FileMaker Inc.
TEL 408.987.7500
AIM ScreenName: ryosode



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