Selenium Blog

August 2, 2011 by shs96c

Selenium 2.3 Released

Continuing our new tradition of weekly releases, we’re very pleased to announce the release of Selenium 2.3. The release notes for this version are pretty slim:

  • Better detection of clickable areas in Firefox.
  • Merge of Google-contributed code into the underlying javascript libraries used by the drivers.
We’ve also fixed bugs, one of which was being a¬†nuisance¬†for users of IBM’s JRE. The complete changelog can be found in the zipped downloads or in our source tree.
If you’re a Chrome user, then it’s a great idea to head over to the Chromium project’s download page to pick up the executable used by the ChromeDriver. It’s recently been updated, and now includes support for handling alerts and prompts! Thanks, Google!





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