Monthly Archives: April 2006

IE7 doesn’t make my everyday tasks as easy as FireFox

Jim Alchin recently asked: Check out the IE7 Beta 2 and see if it makes your everyday tasks easier.   I’ve been trying IE7 Beta2 and it doesn’t.  I’m peculiar, I care about one feature more than most others, and … Continue reading

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Automatically Recording Manual Test Results

To avoid "no repro" issues or make dynamic bugs come alive — RECORD THEM. Microsoft provides the easy to use, free tool, Windows Media Encoder 9 Series, to record your screen and audio commentary/narration. (Think usability lab for cheap!). You … Continue reading

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PICT tool available

While both I and Doug Hoffman have published notes WOCT1 to the attendees, neither of us has yet summarized them for public consumption.   Note you can get a GREAT , FREE pair wise testing tool, PICT, now from   … Continue reading

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