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Move user agent assignment to Ruby gem
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Three repos (Echo, Flow, MobileFrontend) are using this step:

Given(/^I am using user agent "(.+)"$/) do |user_agent|
  @user_agent = user_agent
  @browser = browser(test_name(@scenario), {user_agent: user_agent})
  $session_id = @browser.driver.instance_variable_get(:@bridge).session_id

and doing that properly requires the @custom_browser tag.

We should move this code into the Ruby gem so it is not repeated among 3 repos.

Also, more repos will probably be testing no-javascript mode in the future, so this would likely see even more re-use.

Finally, the shared code should throw an error if BROWSER is anything other than Firefox

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bzimport raised the priority of this task from to Low.Nov 22 2014, 3:55 AM
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We should try to name the step to be clearer to its intention. What about "my browser doesn't support JavaScript", or "I have JavaScript disabled"?

The environment variable browser_user_agent is supported by Chrome and Firefox in MW-Selenium 1.x. Perhaps we can provide an additional browser factory method to allow for explicit configuration overrides at runtime, looking something like:

Given(/^I have JavaScript disabled$/) do
  browser_factory.override(:browser_user_agent, "some JS-less user agent string")

Any updates on this? @dduval that works for me.

dduvall raised the priority of this task from Low to High.Jun 4 2015, 10:40 PM

No updates, but let's bump the priority and move it up in TODO.

Change 216866 had a related patch set uploaded (by Dduvall):
Allow explicit configuration overrides at runtime

Change 216866 merged by jenkins-bot:
Allow explicit configuration overrides at runtime

hashar added a subscriber: hashar.

Merged in would be released in 1.2.1 or 1.3.0