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Can you use Hobbs tests to test the author interface?
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With the components we're creating in AEM 6 we're using Hobbs to ensure they meet the clients requirements on the end site, however we'd ideally like to check the author interface as well to do regression testing in future & ensure the author can still interact with the components correctly. Is it possible to use Hobbs to test the interaction with the Coral UI dialogs?

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With the components we're creating in AEM 6 we're using Hobbs to ensure they meet the clients requirements on the end site, however we'd ideally like to check the author interface as well to do regression testing in future & ensure the author can still interact with the components correctly. Is it possible to use Hobbs to test the interaction with the Coral UI dialogs?

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Migration CQ 5.5 -> AEM 5.6.1: LESS compiler issue cont...
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This is to follow up from this post:http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/adobe-experience-manager.topic.html/forum__ibm7-hi_we_are_moving.htmlThe ordering issue can be overcome by using the @import for variable or mixin files. However this still causes issues as the main LESS files are only re-compiled when they change. i.e. if you change the variables file you have to change all the files that reference it to get the changes to propagate - would be great ...

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Is there the equivalent of requestScope variables in Sightly?
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In jstl you can set variables in on component that are available to all other components after it in the same request. In AEM using sightly is there an equivalent way to pass data between components.(the use case we are looking at is where we want one component to know when it's included via another component, rather than dragged into a parsys).

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Hi Sham, sorry I don't think I'm explaining myself very well.So cq.authoring.editor.hook - will pull the css & js into the Editor frame (not the content frame). I can pull css & js into the content frame (using a sightly test) - however this will pull in in Edit mode (say for eg I make the background colour red) but when I change to preview mode the page doesn't refresh so the CSS is still present (background colour is still red). In 5.6.1 there was a class on the content body so it could be use...

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Hi Sham,Thanks for the response, I had seen the talk by Damien, but I missed that function. I can see how I can get the current layer from Javascript but I can't see anything I can hook into with CSS. Do I need to create my own listener to add a class in the Content Frame?CheersJames

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In CQ 5.6.1 the author would add .cq-wcm-edit & .cq-wcm-preview classes to the body tag (depending on current mode). This was added client side so you could add CSS classes that would only affect the page in edit mode. In AEM 6 this doesn't appear to happen any more, as the switch from Edit mode to Preview mode doesn't require a page refresh is there anyway to detect when the mode changes?( The aim of this is to make sure any CSS to enhance the author experience doesn't show when the author is p...

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Thanks Mateusz - as a FYI we've raised a daycare ticket for this issue as it's a big problem for our authors to be missing this functionality.

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I've been creating a dialog for a new component in AEM 6 using the Coral UI interface. When using ExtJS previously the pathfield x-type would open up a dialog allowing the author to browse the JCR to select the page they want to link to. Is there an equivalent in Coral UI? When I use the path browser type this doesn't seem to be present or am I missing something?

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