@Eltal Thanks. And the same macro works OK in V6.2.8?
Ui.Vision RPA Chrome extension: Migration from Manifest V2 to Manifest V3 [Completed 😃]
sure did worked fine
Thanks a lot for the video. That was helpful! It shows that with the 2nd run the OPEN command fails because of the toPlay error. And because of this, the web page is not loaded. And because of this, you get the “can not connect” errors next. We will fix this asap.
The new V6.3.2 solves all bugs reported in this thread. Of course, if you still find problems, please keep reporting them here.
Unfortunately new issues have been discovered.
Edit: This issue is fixed with V6.3.3.
Meanwhile another problem has been discovered: V6.3.1 and V6.3.2 suffer from a memory leak. It shows “only” if you run macros in a loop for a long time. Memory usage increases and at some point the extension crashes.
Reports about this here:
- Version 6.3.2 keeps crashing
- Keep crashing after V6.3.1 upgrade - #5 by admin
- Out of memory error - #13 by admin
- One workaround is to go back to V6.2.8 until the issue is fixed (see above).
- Another solution is to use external looping via the command line. The command line is the best method for 24x7 non-stop automation anyway, as it also avoids browser memory issues.
Screenshot of the memory leak:
The new V6.3.3 solves all bugs reported in this thread. Of course, if you still find problems, please keep reporting them here.
It happened on 6.3.3
it was fine in the first few day, then all the problems came back. RUN_TEST_CASE, No tab with id. This is quite stress.
If you have problems with V6.3.3, please try the new V7.0.5 Beta version here:
With V7.0.5 the transition to manifest V3 is completed, the “only” thing left to do is finding and fixing bugs. So if you spot any bugs, please let us know and report them in the forum.
RPA V7.0.7 is available now. This release completes the transition
What remains to be done is to find and fix remaining bugs - if any. So please continue to report any issues that you might encounter!
It can not return arrays. => You will get a “target must be an array” error in UI.Vision.
Update July 22: The array issue is solved. In V7.1.12 (and newer) the executeScript_Sandbox command supports returning arrays again
The workaround for both issues is to switch to
executeScript instead. ExecuteScript (which runs in the website) remains 100% unchanged. To modify your existing macros the (only) change you need to make is to
- Change the command from _Sandbox to executeScript (example here or here)
- Make sure a website is loaded in the browser, because executeScript runs inside the website. Any website or even a local HTML file will be sufficient.
I can not use
csvSaveArray like before, which part should I change and change it into what to make this works with new V7.0.7? @admin
Or could you just post a backup of V6.3.3 so my work is still working in the moment?
@kolor_blind If needed, you can install the earlier version V6.2.8 from the RPA archive .
hi @admin , I’ve posted in the main channel, but also reporting here for record purposes.
The Command of store value to clipboard does not work with the new version, shows the error of:
“document not define”
Wonder how do we fix this error
V6.2.8 is so slow, and the error no tab with id usually pops up.
Please make V6.3.3 to the RPA archive. @admin.
I’m so busy right now so I can’t fix all the script and test them all. For example, after V7.0.7, the script to play audio is not working anymore. I change
executeScript and it’s not working. I really need V6.3.3.
I’ve just received a run test case error a few moment ago.
V7.0.7 is making us change so many details, and still got the error of old version.
Could I just get a V6.3.3 as soon as possible?
Hi, why do you think that 6.2.8 is slow? Actually, V6.3.3/V7.0x is a bit slower because the new manifest V3 makes us to do things a bit more complicated.
@alex_loh the !clipboard variable issue is solved with V7.0.8.