Next week, we’ll be launching a new version of BrowserLab with some new features that we think will help you work more quickly and productively.
- You’ll now be able to follow links in BrowserLab. As you mouse around over the screenshots, you’ll see the cursor switch to the Hand cursor when you’re over a link that BrowserLab can follow. Hold Control (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) then click the link to have BrowserLab follow that link and request screenshots.
- There will be a new URL History feature, that will keep track of the tests you’ve been doing, and allow you to quickly reload them. This will work very similarly to how the Back and Forward buttons work in a browser. You’ll also be able to click the Address Bar to drop down a list of all of your recent tests, then choose a specific item. When you use the URL History, we’ll quickly reload any cached screenshots, so in most cases they will not need to be re-requested from our browser servers. Of course, you can always use the Refresh button to force the screenshots to be re-requested if you like.
- We’ve expanded our language support to include Spanish and Italian language versions.
- Safari 3, Firefox 2, and older Chrome browsers will be removed, as their usage levels have dropped to the point that keeping them in BrowserLab is no longer needed.
Watch this short video on AdobeTV that shows the new features being used to test a site in BrowserLab.
We hope you enjoy BrowserLab, and these new improvements. We’d love to hear from you in the comments.
Adobe BrowserLab product manager