Enables the quarantine mode for tests that fail. In this mode, a failed test is executed several times. The test result depends on the outcome (passed or failed) that occurs most often. That is, if the test fails on most attempts, the result is failed. If the test result differs between test runs, the test is marked as unstable.
Pause the test when it fails
Specifies whether to activate the debug mode when a test fails.
Specifies the time (in milliseconds) an assertion can take to pass. The assertion retries to pass multiple times within this timeout, and each time it verifies the actual value. The test fails if the assertion could not be completed successfully within the timeout.
To create a new run configuration, click New Configuration. TestCafe Studio adds a new configuration to the configuration list.
To edit a run configuration, select it in the dialog's left panel and modify its settings. Next, click Apply to apply the changes without leaving the dialog, or OK to apply the changes and close the dialog.
To remove a run configuration, click the Remove button.
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